Evaporative Cooling


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Cool your Home Naturally

 

Evaporative Coolers work by combining the natural process of evaporation with a simple fan.  A fan blows water cooled outside air into the building and the warm air inside is then forced out – which is why you need to leave windows open while operating an evaporative cooler.

 

This continual air change offers important health benefits over refrigerated systems.  As it only circulates clean fresh air – it reduces the spread of air-borne infections and provides relief to asthma and allergy sufferers.  The water is constantly moving and drained, preventing buildup of any bacteria.  Because evaporative systems maintain the natural humidity level of the air, plants and your skin won’t dry out as they can with conventional air-conditioning.

 

 

Benefits of Evaporative Cooling

  • Especially suited to hot, dry climates
  • Circulates only fresh, clean air
  • Gentle on noses, eyes & skin
  • Reduces the spread of air-borne infections and provides relief to asthma and allergy sufferers
  • Indoor plants thrive
  • Up to 50% cheaper to buy and install and up to 80% cheaper to operate than refrigerative air-conditioning – Cool your home over summer for as little as $50
  • Low water consumption

Here’s a ranking* of common household activities from highest to lowest water consumption:

 

  1. Watering garden by hand
  2. Showering
  3. Watering gardens by sprinkler
  4. Flushing toilet
  5. Automatic washing machine
  6. Dishwasher
  7. Bath
  8. Ducted Evaporative Cooler
  9. Washing dishes by hand
  10. Washing car by hose
  11. Laundry trough

 * developed using South East Water, Victoria, annual water usage figures