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Evaporative air coolers cool the air up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit but add humidity to the air, while air conditioners cool by reducing humidity, according to Air and Water. Evaporative coolers are less expensive to operat... More »

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Evaporative coolers, unlike traditional air conditioners that use freon, do not use chemicals of any kind, so they are more eco-friendly. Additionally, evaporative coolers, also called swamp coolers, are less expensive t... More »

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The most common reasons for evaporative coolers such as the Alpine evaporative cooler to fail to provide adequate cooling are inadequate water in the cooling pads or inadequate airflow to the device. High humidity in the... More »

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The most common reasons for evaporative coolers such as the Alpine evaporative cooler to fail to provide adequate cooling are inadequate water in the cooling pads or inadequate airflow to the device. High humidity in the... More »

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Evaporative coolers, unlike traditional air conditioners that use freon, do not use chemicals of any kind, so they are more eco-friendly. Additionally, evaporative coolers, also called swamp coolers, are less expensive t... More »

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