February 14, 2011 6min read
It seems unnatural to have a window or door open when you have your cooling system turned on because we’re so programmed to think close up the house and keep the cold air in, but in fact, it’s actually more natural and effective to cool with the windows open if you’re using evaporative cooling.
Evaporative cooling is completely unlike refrigerated air-conditioning in the sense that refrigerated air-conditioning uses recycled air while evaporative cooling draws in fresh air and cools it through a cooling pad.
But how does the air get cold?
How to make the most of evaporative cooling
By using an evaporative system, you will not only be breathing fresher air, which is great for kids, the elderly and those who suffer from asthma, you’ll also save up to 80% in energy consumption when compared to using a refrigerated air conditioner!
And you know what fresh air means – no more dried out sinuses or dehydrated skin like many people suffer when using refrigerated air conditioners!
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