How To Install And Maintain An Industrial Swamp Cooler

Hot weather is here, and the last thing you want to do is run your AC constantly. With an industrial swamp cooler, you’ll never have to worry about your air conditioner again! This can save you a lot of money on heating costs and make your home much cooler than it would be otherwise. In this article, I’ll show you what to look for when buying a swamp cooler pad and how to install it correctly.

6 things to know before you install an industrial swamp cooler

It is important to choose an industrial evaporative cooler that meets your requirements. For maximum performance, you should also consider these factors:

* Climate

An evaporative cooler has one disadvantage that you should consider before buying. This equipment does not work well in humid environments. You must live in a dry area to purchase one.

* Location

These coolers draw in outside air so they must be placed outside the house. It can be mounted on windows if it is a specific room you wish to cool. It can be installed on rooftops, attics, or ground-level to cool entire buildings. Industrial coolers also require water to work properly, so it is important to locate the cooler near a water source.

* Water exchange

Install a bleed-off system to prevent your cooler’s water from getting too salty. The bleed-off system reduces the amount of maintenance needed for your system. It does require an additional five gallons of water per hour.

* Size

Cube Meter Hour (CMH) is the measurement of an evaporative cooler’s cooling capacity. A small evaporative cooling system may be capable of cooling 6000 CMH, while a larger unit can cool 25,000 CMH. You will need to consider the size of your house to determine how much CMH you require.

* Features

When shopping for a cooler, another important aspect to consider is its features. An evaporative cooler that has multiple fan speeds and a vent-only option is preferred. You can adjust the operation of your cooler based on weather conditions.

* Where can the industrial cooler be found?

The industrial air cooler is designed to cool the air and moisten it by evaporation. It is more efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly than traditional air conditioners. It’s also stronger than an outdoor fan.

Tips to Install an Industrial Air Cooler

1. Mounting the cooler

An industrial air conditioner must be installed outside of your house or business premises. Depending on which cooler you choose, it can be installed in various locations.

* Roof-mounted: These coolers are the most popular, but they can be more trouble to maintain.

* Window Mounted / Wall: It’s easy to maintain a wall/ window-mounted unit. These units also help to reduce the risk of house leaks. It is important to remember that the coolers mounted on the walls/windows circulate chilled air throughout the house into a central location.

2. Installation height

At least 10 feet from industrial air coolers and 3 feet below plumbing exhaust fan vents, plumbing vents, plumbing combustion appliance vents, or clothes dryer vents should be. Keep fuel, yard chemicals, solvents, and other substances away from the cooler.

3. Check out Float

After every pump cycle, make sure to check the float valve. You will be able to ensure that the float valve is not too high.

4. Maintenance distance

Allow at least 3 feet of clearance for equipment that needs to be accessed for maintenance. This code requirement applies to all electrical parts.

5. Closed-eye Hooks

Closed-eye hooks are the best way to hang coolers securely and safely. When removing the frame, be careful not to remove the open-eye hook from its chain.