Centralized Air Cooling

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Centralized Air Cooling

Centralized Air Cooling System, Also known as duct-able air cooler or installed air cooler,


Evaporative coolers, sometimes called swamp coolers, are less common than vapor compression (refrigerant) air conditioners, They work by pulling fresh outside air through moist pads (cellulose pad) where the air is cooled by evaporation, This process is very similar to the experience of feeling cold when you get out of a swimming pool in the breeze. An evaporative cooler can lower the temperature of outside air by as much as 10 degrees.


They can save as much as 75% on cooling costs during the summer because the only mechanical component that uses electricity is the fan. Plus, because the technology is simpler, it can also cost much less to purchase than a central air conditioner — often about half.


For evaporative coolers to do their job, they must be the right size. The cooling capacity of an evaporative cooler is measured not in the amount of heat it can remove (Btu), but in the fan pressure required to circulate the cool air throughout the house, in cubic feet per minute (cfm). A good rule is to figure the cubic square footage of your house and divide by 2. For example, a 1,500-square-foot house with 8-foot-high ceilings would require a 6,000 cfm cooler.


  • Low Noise and high performance axial fans are used to ensure the optimum performance with this air cooler. The Ducted Air Coolerhas Superior functionality with the excellent performance to give the hassle-free operations.
  • Aluminium housing motor has good heat dissipation capability and has high protection grade for waterproofing .All motors used in Ductable cooler come with Copper winding.
  • Unique non-clogging water distributor and automatic control of water with water level sensor ensures water saving.
  • The usage of highly efficient cooling pads with large evaporation capacity provides good cooling efficiency and it is easy to clean with water spray.

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