With this 48in. unit, Port-a-Cool has developed their biggest unit with the highest cooling capacity. A 1 HP, two-speed motor produces an amazing 20,000 CFM for an impressive air output. A low-water shut-off protects the pump if the unit should run out of water. Using the process of evaporation, this fan will cool the air up to 30F in all your hard-to-cool areas. One-piece Roto-molded polyethylene housing will not crack, leak and is durable for any warehouse or commercial environment. Unit employs KUUL pads rigid evaporative cooling media, offering the longest life and most efficient pad on the market. Made in U.S.A. Air Delivery CFM 11,000/20,000, Air Velocity MPH 12.2, Amps 8.7 Motor 5 Pump, Cooling Distance ft. 63, Fan Diameter in. 48, Garden Hose Attachment Yes, HP 1 motor 1/6 pump, Cooling Capacity sq. ft. 4,000, Speeds qty. 2, Volts 115, Water Reservoir gal. 40, Watts 1,000, Oscillates deg. 0, Power Cord ft. 13, Cooling Temperature deg. Up to 30, Dimensions W x D x H in. 86 x 36 x 74. Cools up to 4,000 sq. ft. 40-gal. water reservoir with up to 4 hours runtime 1 HP, two-speed motor produces 20,000 CFM Low-water shut-off protects pump Cools air up to 30F in hard-to-cool areas, using evaporation Durable roto-molded polyethylene housing will not crack and leak KUUL pads rigid evaporative cooling media offer the longest life and most efficient pad on the market Overall 86in.W x 36in.D x 74in.H
Questions & Answers for Port-A-Cool Portable Evaporative Cooling Unit - 48in., 20,000 CFM, Model# PAC2K482S
will evaporative cooling units rust my machinery?
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The Port-A-Cool evaporative cooling unit cools the air by using water trickled over specially designed cooling pads and a fan to disperse the cooled air. This process will raise the ambient humidity in the cooled area but not enough to damage machinery any more than a humid day would.
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I am so sorry for the delayed response. I noticed today that my submission last week did not go through and I apologize for the lapse of time.
Evaporative coolers do add 1-2% humidity to the ambient air. This is insignificant compared to the natural swing in relative humidity throughout the day. If, however, you use an evaporative cooler indoors without any source of ventilation, the air will be re-circulated and eventually build significant humidity in the room.
The cure for this is quite easy. As long as you open a window or a door allowing for some outside airflow, you will not have any issues at all. Port-A-Cool portable evaporative coolers are used in very technical areas such as repair shops for airplane avionics where humidity control is crucial.
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