Swamp coolers, or evaporative coolers, have been around in one form or another for hundreds of years. Evaporative cooling is one of the oldest and most basic forms for air conditioning – moving air over water to cool and humidify it. Advanced Misting Systems has a large selection of evaporative coolers to cool single rooms up to large warehouses. So how do you know if an evaporative cooler is right for you? We will cover the basics of evaporative coolers and compare them to standard air conditioning so you can decide.
- We have been building our own version of the old COOLZONE portable misting fans and cooling stations for hazardous location cooling. We also now sale the PORT A COOL hazardous location evaporative cooling systems by their self or on our custom-built cooling trailers for total portability.
Spring is here! That means it’s time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather, and maybe even fit in some spring cleaning. With all the activities available as the weather warms up, we can’t forget that summer is approaching, and that now is the time to begin preparing for the hot summer ahead of us. Here are some tips to stay cool as the weather heats up.
We have some new products. We know have the old Marathon oscillating fan motors back in stock for this year, 27” and 33” fans from Dayton. These are the strongest oscillators out there and made in the USA. We will now be offering these heavy duty oscillating misting fans with several mounting options like Post mount, wall mount and pedestal fan mounts.
We can also make any custom fan brackets you may need in our Palm Desert CA fabrication shop.
We will be debuting our new BLUE MIST mobile misting system that is a plug and play high pressure misting system that will have portable misting towers and a hi pressure mist pump that can be used on any patio without installation.
Our products have been used for years to help keep people and animals cool and comfortable on days where the heat seems like it’s just too much to bear, but while browsing the web recently I saw some people were using them for another cause altogether: Fire Safety.
Bruce McElmurray, writing for motherearthnews.com, was looking for a way to keep his deck safe in the event of a forest fire. The deck was wooden and thus very flammable, which meant that if an ember landed on it, there was a good chance it would ignite, possibly burning the rest of the house down with it. He had considered sprinkler systems to keep the deck moist in the event of a nearby forest fire, but was worried they would run his well dry after hours or days of continuous use.