How To Use a Portable Evaporative Cooler To Cool Down Your Warehouse

When it’s hot, we look for ways to cool ourselves down. Some folks use fans and some use air conditioners. While both have their benefits, fans simply push warm air around and air conditioners cost a fair amount of money to run. Another method of staying cool is via the use of evaporative coolers.

What Are Evaporative Coolers?

Evaporative coolers, also called swamp coolers, are a cooling alternative to air conditioning units and fans. They reduce the air temperature using evaporated water. A standard unit, which is about the size of a large suitcase, consists of a fan, water tank and an internal motor. These elements pass dry air through a wet, internal filter pad. The air is cooled and circulates throughout the space.

How Are Evaporative Coolers Different From Air Conditioners?

When swamp coolers are placed near open windows, they pull in fresh air from the outdoors. Air conditioners recirculate air. Air conditioners cost more to install and operate and while air conditioners function at maximum efficiency in any climate, evaporative coolers require a hot and dry climate to run efficiently.

Experts say that evaporative cooling can keep a warehouse facility up to 20 degrees cooler than outdoor temperatures. Air conditioning typically costs about five times more to operate than air conditioning.

Evaporative coolers can function as large, central systems or as window units. They could be the difference between a sweltering warehouse and a cool working space, accomplished at minimal cost. Visit us at Affordacool to see our inventory of commercial evaporative coolers to cool you down today.


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