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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evaporative_cooler

An evaporative cooler is a device that cools air through the evaporation of water. Evaporative ... Evaporative coolers lower the temperature of air using the principle of evaporative ... Evaporative cooling therefore causes a drop in the temperature of air proportional to the sensible heat drop and an increase in humidity ...

www.newair.com/kb/the-secrets-to-keeping-cool-with-evaporative-coolers

Jul 19, 2013 ... Evaporative coolers are cheaper to buy and use than air conditioners - but will ... in the water vapor, lowering the temperature of the surrounding area. ... is adding ice to the water tank in order to increase its cooling capacity.

www.savewithsrp.com/advice/evap.aspx

An evaporative cooler is a box-shaped appliance with one or more porous ... To produce cool air, each porous side is fitted with a pad of water-absorbing material . ... automatically turn off the cooler when the air reaches a desired temperature, ... cold air are probably not energy-efficient and can increase your energy bill.

www.wikihow.com/Make-the-Air-Colder-in-a-Swamp-Cooler-Home

Your swamp cooler will need a lot of water—as the name implies, it works by ... Swamp coolers will increase the humidity in your home significantly, so you need to ... When there is too much moisture, the temperature won't change as much.

www.instructables.com/id/How-to-fix-your-swamp-cooler-overclock-it-50

Swamp coolers work ok until it reaches 94 degrees. ... So by increasing the amount of water going to the pads by 50% the unit cools .... In my opinion your best bet is to check the temperature of the incoming air right at the cooler vent and if the ...

lifehacks.stackexchange.com/questions/11383/how-to-cool-water-inside-an-evaporative-cooler

First, measure the water temperature after it's been circulating through the cooler's filter, with the fan running, for a while. You'll find the water ...

www.air-n-water.com/common-swamp-mistakes.htm

Knowing how swamp coolers and evaporative coolers work makes using one ... in areas where temperatures rise above 80° F and humidity levels below 50%.

www.breezair.com/us_old/index.php/en/evaporative-cooling-scientific-facts

A scientific explanation of evaporative cooling and why Breezair coolers are ... The Wb is also the temperature at which water evaporates when air is blown over the ... This heat is absorbed by the vapor without any increase in its temperature ...

www.sylvane.com/swamp-cooler-buying-tips.html

These cooling effects occur because as dry air passes over water, the dry air will absorb some of the water. This absorption occurs when the temperature and ...