What is an evaporative cooler?
An evaporative cooler (also known as a swamp cooler) is a device that cools air through the evaporation of water.
Evaporative Coolers can cool air using much less energy than typical air conditioning systems, which use refrigerant gas.
The temperature of dry air can be dropped significantly by blowing air through a water soaked filter, the transition of liquid water to water vapor (evaporation) creates cool air.
In extremely dry climates, evaporative cooling of air has the added benefit of conditioning the air with more moisture for better comfort.
Quick Facts about TurboKool
Operates on a standard 12-volt battery system and/or with a solar panel
Amp draw: Maximum 4.8 amps on High Speed
Rated at 750cfm, or an RV approximately 20'-25' Long
Maintenance FREE (only one moving part, the fan motor)
"Spin-Spray" pump, water sprayer cannot wear out or burn out
No bearings or motors exposed to wet air
Spraying water over the surface of the filter ensures peak COOLING Efficiency, much more efficient than dripping water over a filter.
Non-organic industrial foam filter element - no bacterial growth or foul odors
Temperature reduction is usually up to 20 - 30 degrees
Easy installation with simple hand tools
SPIN-SPRAY action literally washes dust, pollen and impurities from the air & filter
Converts hot, stuffy and dirty air to COOL, CLEAN AIR
No generator or 110v power needed to run the TurboKOOL unit
Automatic Water Level Control Valve
One year WARRANTY* on all parts
Fits all standard 14" x 14" roof vent openings
Recommended for areas where the average relative humidity does not exceed 70%
Quiet and efficient operation
Unit can also be used as an exhaust fan
Dry-camping is finally a real pleasure