Evaporative Air Conditioning
This information is here for information purposes only, these DO NOT WORK in humid climates like Brisbane and Gold Coast.
What Is An Evaporative Cooler?
Looking for a way to beat the heat? If you don’t have ain your home — or if you do but are researching more environmentally friendly or affordable options — you might be wondering if are right for you.
The answer is … it depends.
If you live in a dry climate like more central parts on QLD , you will be able to use an evaporative cooler. Unfortunetly If you life in Brisbane or the Gold Coast, the climate is too humid for one of these units to work efficiently.
How Does An Evaporative Cooler Work?
Antakes basic evaporation and automates it to efficiently lower the temperature of the air in your home. In general, the machine will consist of a fan, a thick pad, a water reservoir and some additional controls for fine-tuning the results. The fan draws dry, into the machine and across the . These thick pads absorb water from the reservoir and have many layers to increase the surface area. As the crosses the pad, the on the surface evaporate, which causes the inside the cooler to drop — often by as much as 20 degrees. The fan then blows that cold air into your room, where you can enjoy the chill on a hot day.