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Evaporative Cooling Air Conditioners
Evaporative cooling air conditioners, also known as swamp coolers, work by passing hot air over water-moistened pads to cool the air before it is circulated into a room. Unlike traditional refrigerant-based air conditioning systems, evaporative coolers do not use refrigerant or compressors to cool the air. Instead, they rely on the natural evaporation process to cool the air.
Here are the key features and benefits of evaporative cooling air conditioners:
- Energy efficiency: Swamp coolers use less energy than traditional air conditioners, making them a more environmentally-friendly and cost-effective option.
- Lower cost: Swamp coolers are typically less expensive to purchase and maintain than traditional air conditioners.
- Fresh air: Unlike traditional air conditioners, swamp coolers bring in fresh air from the outside, making the air in the room feel fresher and less stuffy.
- Easy to install: Swamp coolers are relatively easy to install and do not require extensive ductwork like traditional air conditioners.
- Ideal for dry climates: Swamp coolers work best in hot, dry environments with low relative humidity.
Evaporative Cooler Repair
At Accustom Air, we offer repair services that include fixing malfunctions in the system, such as a clogged water pump or a damaged evaporative pad. In case of malfunctions, it’s recommended to seek the help of our professional technician to ensure proper and efficient repair. Ignoring necessary repairs can lead to decreased cooling performance and increased energy consumption.
Is Your Evaporative Cooler due for a service?
Signs that your swamp cooler may be due for service include decreased cooling performance, frequent breakdowns, strange noises, and leaks. To keep your cooler in top condition, it’s recommended to have it serviced annually before the start of summer, when you’ll be using it the most. A professional service from Accustom Air will check for and fix any problems and clean and disinfect the cooler for optimal performance.
How does evaporative cooling work?
Evaporative cooling works by passing hot air over water-moistened pads to cool it before it is circulated into a room. The evaporation process reduces the air’s temperature, which is then circulated into the room to cool it down. This natural cooling process does not require refrigerants or compressors, making it a more environmentally-friendly and cost-effective option. It is the most effective cooling system in hot, dry climates with low humidity, where the evaporation process can take place efficiently.
Our Evaporative Cooling Services Include
Our annual ducted evaporative cooling service includes:
- Filter pad cleaning and replacement
- Fault finding diagnosis
- Pump and water level check
- Motor inspection, including cleaning and part replacement
- Cooler disinfection, cleanout to prevent mould growth
We are also happy to clean out any dirt and debris there might be within your system. Call us to learn more about this service.
Solutions for repairs
Common repairs for evaporative cooling systems include fixing a clogged water pump, replacing a damaged evaporative pad, and repairing leaks. Regular maintenance, such as cleaning the cooler and checking for malfunctions, can help prevent potential repairs. It’s recommended to seek the help of a professional technician for efficient and proper repairs. Upgrading to a more efficient system or installing a backup generator can also provide added reliability and peace of mind.
We regularly service and repair Evaporative Cooling System Brands, including:
What are the benefits of Evaporative Cooling Systems?
Evaporative cooling systems offer several benefits, including energy efficiency, lower cost, fresh air, easy installation, and suitability for dry climates. Swamp coolers consume less energy and are more affordable than traditional air conditioning systems. They also bring in fresh air from the outside, making the air in the room feel fresher. Installation is relatively easy and does not require extensive ductwork. Swamp coolers are ideal for hot, dry climates with low relative humidity, making them a cost-effective and environmentally friendly cooling solution.
Why choose Accustom Air?
Choosing us for your evaporative cooling air conditioner repair service means you’ll receive professional and reliable service. Our technicians are knowledgeable and experienced in repairing all types of swamp coolers. We use high-quality parts and provide efficient repairs to quickly get your cooler up and running. With our commitment to customer satisfaction, you can trust us to provide the best service possible. Choose us for your repair needs and experience the peace of mind with quality service.
Yes, an evaporative cooler requires regular maintenance to ensure efficient operation, including cleaning the filters, pads, and water systems. Regular check-ups can also prevent potential problems.
The cost of replacing an evaporative air conditioner varies and depends on factors such as the size of the unit, the location, and the type of model. Contact us for a ballpark figure.
Fixing an evaporative air conditioner may involve simple solutions such as cleaning the filters, checking the water levels, or repairing the ducts. More complex issues may require the assistance of a professional technician.
The frequency of changing evaporative cooler pads depends on the usage and the conditions in which the unit is operating. As a general guideline, it is recommended to change the pads once a year or when they become worn or damaged. An evaporative cover is a good option to prolong the life of your cooler pads when not in use.
The lifespan of an evaporative air conditioner depends on several factors such as usage, maintenance, and the environment in which it operates. On average, a well-maintained unit can last between 5 to 15 years. Regular maintenance, including cleaning and replacing parts as needed, can help extend the air conditioner’s lifespan and ensure its efficient operation.
One major disadvantage of evaporative coolers is that they are only effective in hot, dry climates and are not suitable for humid environments. Additionally, they may not provide the same level of cooling as a traditional air conditioner and can be less effective during extremely hot weather.
Yes, tap water can be used in an evaporative cooler. However, it is recommended to use purified or distilled water to prevent the buildup of minerals and other contaminants that can clog the system and reduce its efficiency.
The unit should average dump water every 2 to 4 hours. However, it is recommended to consult the manufacturer’s guidelines for specific recommendations.
In Australia, the Breezeair, Braemar, and Coolair brands are some of the best evaporative cooling systems. These systems are known for their efficiency, reliability, and ease of use.
Compared to traditional air conditioning systems, evaporative cooling is generally more energy-efficient and uses less electricity. This is because it operates by using water evaporation to cool the air, rather than relying on mechanical refrigeration.