Evaporative Air Cooler

An evaporative air cooler, also known as a swamp cooler or desert cooler, is a machine used to cool the air in a room or space. It works by evaporating water to lower the temperature and increase humidity in the air. Unlike traditional air conditioners that use refrigeration to cool the air, evaporative coolers use the natural process of evaporation.

The basic mechanism of an evaporative air cooler involves drawing in warm air from the surroundings and passing it through a series of moistened pads or filters. The pads are kept wet by a water pump or by gravity-fed water flow, allowing the air to pick up moisture as it passes through them. As the warm air evaporates the water, it loses heat and results in a cooler air stream.

The cooled air is then circulated into the room, creating a more comfortable environment. Evaporative air coolers are most effective in hot and dry climates because they rely on the evaporation of water to cool the air. They work best in areas with low humidity, as higher humidity levels can limit the cooling effect.

Here are some key features and benefits of evaporative air coolers :

Energy efficiency : Evaporative coolers consume significantly less energy compared to traditional air conditioners, making them more environmentally friendly and cost-effective to operate.

Natural cooling process : Unlike air conditioners that use refrigerants, evaporative coolers rely on the natural process of water evaporation to cool the air, making them a more eco-friendly cooling option.

Increased humidity : Evaporative coolers add moisture to the air, which can be beneficial in dry climates or during hot summer months when low humidity levels can cause discomfort.

Fresh air circulation : These coolers constantly circulate fresh air, as they draw in outside air and cool it through the evaporation process. This can help improve indoor air quality by reducing the concentration of indoor pollutants.

Easy installation and maintenance : Evaporative coolers are relatively easy to install and maintain compared to traditional air conditioning systems. They typically require less ductwork and can be installed in windows, on roofs, or as portable units.

​ However, it's important to note that evaporative air coolers have limitations. They are less effective in humid climates and can increase humidity levels indoors, which may not be desirable in certain situations. Additionally, they do not provide precise temperature control like air conditioners, as their cooling effect depends on the ambient conditions. Overall, evaporative air coolers can be a practical and energy-efficient cooling solution in dry climates or for specific applications where the benefits of increased humidity are desired.

Aire flow (m3/hr.) 18000 CHM 18000 CHM 22000 CHM 30000 CMH
Cooling Area (Sq. Ft) 1500 (Sq. Ft) 2000 (Sq. Ft) 2500 (Sq. Ft) 3000 (Sq. Ft)
Air pressure (P.A) 180 180 240 300
Motor (V/Hz) 415V/50HZ & 220V/50 hz 415V/50HZ & 220V/50 hz 415V/50HZ & 220V/50 hz 415V/50HZ
Power (KW) 1.1 (KW) 1.1 (KW) 1.5 (KW) 3 (KW)
Phase Three phase Three phase Three phase Three phase
Speed 1440 RPM 1440 RPM 1440 RPM 960 RPM
Fan type Axial (3 blade) Axial (3 blade) Axial (4 blade) Axial (4 blade)
Water tank (ltr) 35 35 35 45
Noise (DB) ≤62 ≤75 ≤75 ≤79DB
Net weight (KG) 65 77 68 90
Dust filter yes yes yes yes
Air outlet size (MM) 670 x 670 670 x 670 670 x 670 800 x 800
Dimension L x W x H 1111 X 1111 X 1011 MM 1540 X 1111 X 1700 MM 111 X 1111 X 1011 MM 1300 X 1300 X 1180 MM