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|Tank Type:||External Water Pipe||Gas:||R22/r410A|
|Mounting:||Floor Standing||Shape:||Customized Shape|
Portable swamp cooler
In its simplest terms, this is a box with a fan in that supplies the room with chilled air through a process of evaporation. It sounds simple and in reality, it really is simple!
This type of climate control unit is more correctly called an evaporative cooler since the way it works to keep you cool is by the evaporation of moisture.
These portable swamp cooler are preferred because of their convenience and efficiency -- no water lines need to be introduced in the desired room. Our portable air conditioners use ambient air in the surrounding environment so they don’t need any kind of special intake system to operate. Industrial air coolers created from the refrigeration process is exhausted off the top of the unit and can be ducted into the ceiling plenum or directed out the nearest door or window to exit the room or space.
To create chilled air, an evaporative cooler only needs to pass air that is drawn in from the room through a permeable, damp membrane and force the now chilled air out the other side. It does that with nothing more than a powerful fan, which is the main user of electricity in this type of device.
A swamp cooler has no need of a power hungry compressor, heat exchange or refrigeration process like a regular air conditioner, so it only uses electricity to power the fan. As most fans only use between 50-100 watts, they are no more costly to run than a standard incandescent light bulb!
A medium sized portable unit will use less than 100 watts of electricity, compared to more than a kilowatt (or two) for a comparable AC unit. So it doesn't take a lot of working out to see how much one of these units will save you in running costs over a summer period.
|Water Consumption Capacity||2-4L/h|
|Controller||Manual Switch/Remote Control|
|Loading Capacity||84 sets/20GP, 216sets/40HQ|
The principle behind the workings of an evaporative cooler is very simple and can easily be explained by the following example:
If you put some water in a bowl and blow on it, your breath hits the water and rebounds off, giving you a nice and cool breeze on your face. That's because your warm breath evaporates the surface of the water which causes it to reduce in temperature, resulting in cooler air coming off it.
An evaporating cooler mimics this principle by using a powerful fan to draw room temperature air into the unit, force it through a damp membrane, evaporating the moisture which chills the air that is pushed out the other side. The membrane is kept moist by a refillable reservoir or water below.
The water reservoir can also be filled with ice to increase the units ability to reduce the room temperature by as much as 25-30 degrees Fahrenheit in most situations, depending on the ambient humidity levels already in the room.
Since there is no heat exchange (as with an AC), no ozone-unfriendly CFC gasses for the refrigeration process and no complex air pumping system, a swamp cooler is very simple to manufacture air conditioning.
What you have is truly portable air cooling. That's because a movable swamp cooler is not restricted by the need to hang a venting hose out a window or other suitable portal to the outside.
Being truly portable means one of these units can be easily wheeled from room to room wherever and whenever you want to enjoy its cooling breeze and to reduce the temperature in a room that has become too warm. The best part is there is no "chemical" smell that you often get from portable AC units, since the process is all-natural and ecologically friendly.
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