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Advantages of Using Evaporatiive Coolers

3/29/2012 7:45:25 AM | by Anonymous


An economical way of overcoming the summer heat inside your home is to use an evaporative cooler. Evaporative coolers lower temperature of outdoor air then direct it inside the house. Meanwhile, the warm indoor air is pushed on the open windows and doors. This cooling system is used as an alternative to air conditioning system. Even though air conditioning is the more popular device because of its incontestable ability to cool air, there are a number of reasons why evaporated cooler could be more advantageous.


The cost of purchasing evaporative coolers is cheaper than air conditioning. Installation of the latter is more expensive and the electricity consumption is three times higher compared to evaporative coolers. This means you can save a big amount of money not just from purchasing the machine but also on the fee you have to pay on your monthly electric bill. The downside of evaporative cooler is that it has to be maintained more frequently but the price of repairing damaged air conditioner is far more costly.


The use of evaporative coolers makes sure you are provided with a fresh cooled air since it sucks gas from outside. The gas is transformed which in turn replaces the warm indoor air. This is in contrast to air conditioning system that recurrently uses the same air in an enclosed room. An important factor that we need to consider before choosing between the two systems is the location. Evaporative coolers are not effective during rainy seasons and on places with high humidity unlike air conditioning that can supply cooled air anywhere no matter what the season is.


Both type of cooling system hold features which make them more beneficial over the other. Evaporative coolers can provide you the same temperature as air conditioning system but you have no way to control the former once it cools your house down to freezing temperature.

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