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Cooling Media

Cooling media compatible with Jetstream series evaporative coolers
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Cooling media compatible with Power Breezer E-Class evaporative coolers
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Evaporative cooling media, often referred to as filters or pads, are essential components of evaporative coolers.

These media are designed to maximize water evaporation while air passes through them.

As the water evaporates, it absorbs heat from the air, thereby cooling it before it is circulated into the environment.

The evaporative cooling process starts when water is distributed over the cooling media, creating a large surface area for evaporation.

As warm air passes through the wet media, the water molecules on the surface of the media evaporate, taking heat from the air with them.

This process significantly cools the air, which is then blown out to reduce the ambient temperature.

  • High Efficiency: Optimized for maximum cooling efficiency with a design that ensures even water distribution for consistent cooling.
  • Durability: Made from high-quality materials that resist deterioration, ensuring long-term performance.
  • Eco-Friendly: Consumes less energy compared to traditional air conditioning systems and uses water as a cooling medium.
  • Easy Maintenance: Designed for easy cleaning and replacement, contributing to the overall longevity of your cooling system.

The lifespan of evaporative cooling media varies depending on factors such as usage, environmental conditions, and maintenance.

Typically, it is recommended to inspect the media at the start of each cooling season and replace them every year or when they show signs of wear, such as sagging, tearing, or excessive mineral buildup.

Yes, evaporative cooling media can often be cleaned to extend their lifespan.

Gently rinse the pads with a hose to remove dust and mineral deposits.

Avoid using harsh chemicals or pressure washers, as these can damage the media.

If your evaporative cooler is not cooling effectively, it might be due to clogged or worn-out evaporative cooling media.

Inspect the pads for any signs of blockage or deterioration and replace them if necessary.

Also, ensure that the cooler is properly maintained, with regular water changes to prevent mineral buildup.

Power Breezer evaporative cooling media are specifically designed for Jetstream Evaporative Coolers and Power Breezer E Class evaporative coolers.

Ensure you select the correct size and type for your specific model for optimal performance.

Replacing evaporative cooling media typically involves removing the old pads from the cooler’s frame, cleaning the frame of any debris or mineral buildup, and then installing the new pads according to the guidelines in the user manual.

Always ensure the cooler is turned off and disconnected from power before attempting any maintenance or replacement.

Evaporative cooling is most effective in dry, arid climates where the air has a lower humidity level.

In areas with high humidity, the air holds more moisture, reducing the rate of evaporation and, consequently, the cooling effect. Adjusting the frequency of water distribution and the air flow can help optimize performance based on local conditions.

Replacement evaporative cooling media can be purchased directly from Power Breezer or authorized dealers. Ensure you know the exact model of your cooler to purchase the correct size and type of cooling media for your unit.

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