Sky Air Cooler Uses 100% New Material Engineering Plastic Injection Molding Body
Sky Air Cooler Presents Best High Torque Motor in India
Cellulose Wet Pad Worls's Best Quality Pads Imported from Finland With Anti Bacterial Resins & 4X Longer Life Than Any Other Pad(Last Upto 5 Yrs.*).
Sky Air Cooler is The Only Brand Which Gives 4D Cooler in Movable & Ductable Coolers.
Sky Air Cooler is The Only Brand Which Gives Turbo Axial Fan for World's Most Powerful Air through & Very Low Noise.
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SKY AIR COOLER V/S AIR CONDITIONER(AC)
Suppose to Cool An Area of 2000 sq.ft. When outside Temperature is 45 °c , And Relative Humidity is 20 to 30% That time inside temperature is 33℃ to 30℃.
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|Cooling Area||2000 sq.ft||2000 sq.ft|
|Cooling Capacity Required||18000 CHM||250000 BTU|
|Units Required||1 Pc||Min 11 Pcs of 2 Ton|
|Power Consumption (PC)/Hr||1.1 KW||27.5 KW Appx|
|Fresh Air Change Per Hour||18000 M3/h||0 (Zero)|
|Electricity Bill 1 Month||Rs. 2,376||Rs. 59,400|
The principle of evaporative cooling is relatively simple. Air moving past water will cause the water to evaporate. The heat necessary to cause evaporation is drawn out of the passing airstream and hence the air is cooled. The human body uses this principle to control body temperature by varying the amount of moisture on the skin surface (perspiration). The evaporation of this moisture cools the skin and helps to lower the body temperature. The modern evaporative cooler uses a fan to draw outside air through wet filter pads. This filters the air of impurities and lowers the air temperature due to the evaporation of water within the pads. The cooled air is then distributed or directed into the building. The filter pads are wet by a pump which pumps water up to the top of the pads, from where it trickles down. The moisture content of the supplied air is increased, however this does not matter provided the air is cooled sufficiently.
Evaporative cooling is a physical phenomenon in which evaporation of a liquid, typically into surrounding air, cools an object or a liquid in contact with it. Latent heat describes the amount of heat that is needed to evaporate the liquid; this heat comes from the liquid itself and the surrounding gas and surfaces. When considering water evaporating into air, the wet-bulb temperature, as compared to the air's dry- bulb temperature, is a measure of the potential for evaporative cooling.
The greater the difference between the two temperatures, the better the evaporative cooling effects. When the temperatures are the same, no net evaporation of water in air occurs, thus there is no cooling
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