An evaporative air conditioner uses water and the process of evaporation to produce a cooling effect. Plus, some water is replaced regularly to ensure that the water in the cooler stays clean. The amount of water used will vary depending on the site of the air conditioner, the climatic conditions and how often the cooler is used. For more information, download our brochure that explains energy and water use.

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