Evaporative cooler installation in Los Angeles
An evaporative cooler or evaporative type air conditioner, or conditioner is a device that cools the air by evaporating water.
Also, in the West, there is a term “swamp cooler installation in Los Angeles” (swamp cooler), which appeared due to the smell of algae produced by the first models of coolers.
The principle of operation is to use the high specific heat of water evaporation. The temperature of dry air drops significantly during the phase transition of liquid water into steam, and the process requires much less energy than compressor cooling.
In very dry climates, evaporative cooling increases the humidity in the room, making the occupants more comfortable.
The downside is that it requires a constant source of specially prepared water (preferably distilled).
In practice, wet cooling towers are used – one of the oldest cooling methods actively used in production. The principle of operation of these systems is based on water cooling by a stream of air blown through its surface. If we compare a dry cooler with a wet cooling tower, the cooling result will be 2-4 degrees C in favor of the wet one.
Also, evaporative cooling is used in self-made systems by spraying water onto the fins of the dry cooler heat exchanger, significantly reducing the cooled agent’s temperature. To install a swamp cooler installation in Los Angeles, please contact our professional specialists.