What Is The Difference Between Swamp Coolers & Air Conditioners?
The same operating principles are used by standard AC units as for your home refrigerator. The coils cool the air and send it into your home. After that, the machine re-circulates the air, venting any hot air created in the process outside. The cooling process is closed. If a window or door is left open, cool air can escape. This makes it harder for the air conditioner to provide cold air.
Swamp cooler can be used as an open system. Swamp coolers rely on air flowing through the building to move the cool air. Because they need hot, dry air for the water to evaporate, they must also displace any air that is already inside the house. The swamp cooler air needs to be able to escape. Both systems can either use a large central unit or small window units. Swamp coolers may also use ducts, but they must be larger than conventional air conditioner ducts to allow for greater airflow from the swamp cooler.
Air conditioners of standard size dry the air and condense water vapor as it passes through the cold coils. If you stand for long enough under an air conditioner unit, you will feel the water drain outside. In humid climates, this can lead to a dryer room. Too much humidity can stop perspiration, which is the natural way we cool down naturally. Swamp coolers act as humidifiers by adding water to the dry air. This is a great idea in dry climates where humidity can be too low to provide comfort. The water-laden breeze can also have the secondary effect of increasing skin perspiration. This results in a cooler feeling than the swamp cooler.
A swamp cooler can’t be used in the same room as a standard air conditioner due to its different functions. They would work in opposite directions, much like a humidifier and humidifier together.
Swamp coolers at work have many health benefits. Temperature control is the first and most obvious benefit. It is not easy to reduce a shop temperature of 90 degrees F to a manageable level. Swamp coolers’ actual results can vary. In hot and dry climates, they can reduce temperatures up to 26 degrees F.
A swamp cooler, in addition to safety best practices, can reduce workplace injuries caused by fatigue, dehydration, and heat exhaustion. Although temperature control can be achieved at work using an A/C system they are costly to install and maintain. Even if your HVAC system is installed in a large complex, you will need to provide a way to keep your workers safe and cool. A swamp cooler can provide a lot of cooling without all the hassle.
Production Of Negative Ions
Although the benefits of negative ions may seem like an afterthought to purchasers of portable coolers, this feature is very useful in messy workspaces. The evaporation stage is when negative ions are formed. These ions stick to tiny particles of dirt and dust that otherwise float in the air and get into your lungs. The ions stick dirt particles to floors and walls.
Shop grime and dirt can make a breeding site for bacteria and can hurt your pulmonary (lung/breathing system) system over time. Cleaner air means healthier air. Swamp coolers can keep your shop clean so that you can stay healthy. We don’t recommend any junk food.