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Greenhouse Evaporative Swamp Cooler Information 

greenhouse swamp cooler
swamp cooloer mounted
Cooler Outside View
Cooler Inside View
Swamp Cooler for Greenhouse
Evaporative Air Cooler for Greenhouse
How an Evaporative Swamp Cooler Works
Nature's most efficient means of cooling is through the evaporation of water. A simple example is the cooling you feel when stepping out of a swimming pool- the water evaporates quickly from your body, taking heat with it. Our coolers do essentially the same thing by drawing hot air through wet pads using a blower. As water evaporates from the pads, it takes heat from the air with it, resulting in up to 30 degree cooler air being discharged from the cooler.

Cooling Temperatures
An evaporative cooler will nearly always deliver air cooler than 80 degrees F. The chart below shows that an evaporative cooler will deliver 78 degree air under a wide variety of typical summertime climatic conditions. In addition, the constant air movement created by an evaporative cooler lowers the temperature perceived by room occupants - called the "effective temperature" - by an additional 4 to 6 degrees below the "evaporative cooled temperatures" shown in the chart. Finally, an evaporative cooler works best in the hottest time of the day. This is because relative humidity drops quickly as temperature increases. For example, a morning relative humidity of 60 percent at 75 degrees will drop to only 31 percent when the afternoon temperature reaches 95 degrees.

Outside
Temperature
Humidity
Temperature of Air Exiting the Cooler
88
54
78
94
38
78
106
16
78

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Evaporative Cooler Dimensions
Model #
Cabinet Dimensions
Duct Opening
Empty Weight
A
B
C
D
E
F
2800EC
27"
24"
17"
11 29/32"
22 1/8"
13 9/16"
75 lbs.
3500EC*
34 1/2"
34"
28"
14 7/8"
21 3/4"
17 5/16"
153 lbs.
4500EC*
34 1/2"
34"
34"
14 7/8"
21 3/4"
17 5/16"
168 lbs.
*3500EC and 4500EC models have grilles that can be rotated 90 degrees to fit in narrower openings.

Evaporative Cooler Specifications
Model #
CFM (Hi/Low)
HP
Volts
Amps
2800EC
2800 / 1400
1/8
110/120
5.4
3500EC
3500 / 1750
1/3
110/120
7.4
4500EC
4500 / 2250
1/3
110/120
7.4

Evaporative Cooler Replacement Pad Kit
(Includes a complete set of replacement cooler pads)
Model 2800EC Cooler Pad Kit
$36    qty:
   
Model 3500EC Cooler Pad Kit
$54    qty:
   
Model 4500EC Cooler Pad Kit
$54    qty:
   
 
Old Coolers
Model 2900 Cooler Pad Kit
$35    qty:
   
Model 3000 Cooler Pad Kit
$42    qty:
   
Model 5000 Cooler Pad Kit
$54    qty:
   



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