The Easiest Way to Deal with Outdoor Cooling

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The Easiest Way to Deal with Outdoor Cooling

There are two basic factors most people are dealing with when it comes to summer parties: Summers are getting hotter and people like to be outside. While this can facilitate a number of traditional outdoor activities, there are some people who would prefer to just enjoy the company of others. Then there are those who would love to spend more time outside, but are susceptible to the oppressive heat. It was cases such as these that the Port-A-Cool evaporative cooler was designed; by using the cooler, virtually any reasonably outdoor cooling solution can be devised.

The Port-A-Cool evaporative cooler is designed to operate on a full tank of water with little maintenance while running silently. They use a unique centrifugal air delivery system, allowing them to cool down up to 3500 square feet of unobstructed space, depending on the model used. All units are made from leak- and rust-proof polyethylene plastic, making them very low maintenance. Operation is simple; just fill the tank with water, plug it in, and cool air will fill the space where the cooler sits: The cooler will cool the air in the immediate area by up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit. In essence, it is a cooler that makes any outside space much more enjoyable.

This easy operation and low maintenance makes it ideal for a wide variety of outdoor cooling applications. As long as the water tank is watched, it requires little watching over, allowing it to run for a long time with minimal oversight. This allows the owner or renter to enjoy whatever event he is using the cooler for, and then easily store it afterwards. For those looking to cool down anything from a small patio to a large warehouse, this cooler can definitely make the area cooler. This can make outdoor parties that much more enjoyable, as the only things sweating are the glasses of the cold drinks of your guests.