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How to build a low-cost 12 volt evaporative cooler. My husband and I built two swamp coolers that we use to air condition our tent when we camp in hot, dry weather at Burning Man. These compact units blow cool air like an air conditioner, but they use just water for evaporation instead of using ...

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How to build a low-cost 12 volt evaporative cooler. My husband and I built two swamp coolers that we use to air condition our tent when we camp in hot, dry weather at Burning Man. These compact units blow cool air like an air conditioner, but they use just water for evaporation instead of using a…

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How to make an Evap./Swamp Air Cooler using a 5 gallon bucket. Evaporative Cooler works very well. easy to make. powerful breeze. low temps. for even more cooling add ice to the water.

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Build your own DIY 5 gallon bucket no-ice evap air conditioner. ... Provided I had water available, since I have a viable power supply, I thought I’d make a portable evaporative cooler (not really a traditional air conditioner but it does condition the air), or swamp cooler as they’re called out here. ...

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How to build your own 12 volt Evaporative (swamp) cooler for your home, powered entirely by the sun! With the high cost of grid power and it's only going higher a lot of people are looking for ways to keep cool at low (or NO) cost with maximum efficiency! We got it - a 12 volt super low cost – (how about FREE).

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How to Make the Air Colder in a Swamp Cooler Home. If you live in a dry climate, swamp coolers (a.k.a. evaporative coolers) are a great way to stay cool when the weather turns your home into an oven—and they are much less expensive than t...

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Fill your cooler with enough water to cover the pump and then put in a bunch of ice. I used 3 bags to start. Turn on the pump and adjust the fan speed. Now bask in the coolness of your own evaporative cooler. This sucker does go through the ice so you’ll want to do something other than buy hundreds of bags of ice.

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Portable Evaporative Cooler (swamp Cooler): In areas with low humidity, regular air conditioners don't work very well. A simpler solution uses water evaporation to cool and humidify air. These are called evaporative coolers or swamp coolers and are used in homes all over the Southwest U.S. ...

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One bucket should make at least 4 2" strips, so one sacrificed bucket will do for four swamp coolers, so going in with friends means less waste. :) An improvised alternative is fine, too, this is not a precision venture. 1x Swamp Cooler Mesh Pad: $8.77 for the Home Depot "DuraCool" 30x36 pad will make at least two coolers

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Not only is this a thorough tutorial on how to build your own swamp cooler, Robot Fun also explains the best places to source the parts and they include price list.They do a great job, too, at explaining the options you have to build the cooler to your liking.