What is an Evaporative Cooler?
Evaporative Coolers are generally installed on top of your house roof. It draws hot air through specially designed moistened pads. The air is cooled by evaporation process. A fan then blows this cooled air through ducts/vents to your home. Hot air in the house is forced out through open windows and doors providing your entire home with a compete change of air at least every two minutes.
What are the advantages of Evaporative Cooling over Refrigerated Cooling?
1, Incredibly low running costs compared to reverse cycle cooling.
2, Fresh, healthy air for whole house.
3, Whisper-quiet cooling as there is no compressor in evaporative cooling unit.
4, easy to install, maintain and operate.
5, Low Carbon Dioxide emissions, the right choice for the environment.
With energy prices escalating and our summers getting hotter, evaporative air conditioning has a significant and increasing edge on reverse cycle, when it comes to energy efficiency, performance and lifestyle.