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Evaporative cooling, sometimes known as swamp cooling, takes advantage of one of the most efficient and oldest known means of cooling - water evaporation. As an affordable form of ducted cooling, evaporative systems offer many benefits over other cooling solutions, particularly for homes and spaces that may not have a central air system or for those conscious about the environmental impact of their homes.
Ducted evaporative cooling is also flexible, giving users the choice of a window-mounted or portable cooling system. Each provides its own benefits and is suited to different kinds of spaces. Thanks to how evaporative cooling systems are designed and how they process and treat fresh air, evaporative cooling provides a reliable cooling solution for users who may be sensitive to allergens.
Ducted evaporative cooling systems work by drawing fresh air from outside through special water-soaked pads. The air blows through the pads and is then cooled by evaporation before being circulated back into a room as cold, fresh air.
A ducted cooling unit is installed on the roof and connected to a series of outlets throughout the home, and a fan pushes the cooled air through the ductwork to deliver filtered, cool air.
Available as a portable or mounted system, evaporative cooling systems are suited to individual rooms and small spaces, and are ideal for spaces or homes without a central air system.
While a portable system has the distinct benefit of mobility, a mounted system can cool a much larger area and will save on floor space.
Beyond their simplicity and mobility, evaporative coolers are an extremely comfortable cooling option and provide many benefits.