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Koolbreeze Evaporative Air Coolers

Koolbreeze Evaporative Air Coolers

Koolbreeze Koolmist range of efficient swamp coolers

The Koolbreeze Koolmist range of evaporative coolers features high quality, efficient and great value air coolers, ideal for cooling open, well ventilated areas such as workshops, warehouses, factories and garages, as well as decking and patio areas, and terraces outside restaurants, bars and cafes. Koolbreeze evaporative air coolers are available in two different sizes, to cool different areas effectively. These evaporative coolers, also known as 'swamp coolers', work by pumping water from an internal water tank in their base up to the top of the unit. The water then drops down through honeycomb shaped cooling pads. Meanwhile, the efficient internal fan draws air into the machine and passes it through the wet cooling pads. This process causes the water droplets on the honeycomb cooling pads to evaporate into the air, which naturally reduces the temperature of the air, making it cooler and more comfortable. The fan blows this cooler air out of the front of the machine to provide a supply of cool and comfortable air on warm days. Koolbreeze evaporative air coolers are mounted on wheels for easy manoeuvring to wherever they are required. They also have a sleek and modern design, so that they do not cause an eyesore in public-facing spaces such as restaurants and bars. As these machines only need to power a small water pump and a fan, they are very cost-effective to run - they are much cheaper to operate than air conditioners. However evaporative coolers must only be used in well-ventilated areas. If the area is not well ventilated, condensation can often build up inside the space over time. This could cause an issue in sensitive areas such as storage facilities, archiving facilities, museums, galleries and server rooms - these spaces are best cooled with an air conditioner.