Frequently Asked Questions

The size of the evaporative cooler you need depends on the area you want to cool. Check the unit's CFM (cubic feet per minute) rating and match it to the square footage of your space for optimal performance.

Maintenance includes regularly cleaning the water tank and pads, ensuring the water pump is working correctly, and inspecting the unit for any signs of wear or damage.

Yes, evaporative coolers are more energy-efficient than traditional air conditioners because they use less electricity and no refrigerants.

The water usage depends on the size and type of the cooler, but typically, an evaporative cooler uses between 11-57 liters (3-15 gallons) of water per hour.

Evaporative coolers are best used in dry, hot climates. They are effective for cooling homes, garages, warehouses, outdoor spaces, and workshops.

Evaporative coolers work by pulling warm air through wet pads where the air is cooled by evaporation before being blown out into the room.

An evaporative cooler, also known as a swamp cooler, cools air by evaporating water. It draws warm air through water-saturated pads, cooling the air as it evaporates and then circulates the cool air.

While their primary purpose is dust suppression, fog cannons can also provide some cooling effect due to the fine mist they produce.

The water usage of a fog cannon depends on its size and settings, but they are designed to use water efficiently for dust suppression.

The spray distance of a fog cannon varies by model, but most can spray between 30 to 200 meters.