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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Another video on venting warm Air

Vent air in High Ceiling Room

You want to cool your people but still get warm air out of the room. Even high ceilings can be conquered with some concrete forms and layflat duct.

In this video our ceilings are around 20' high. You can see that's there is plenty of static pressure to get the warm air out through the vent. Takes some work and a tall ladder or lift but it's doable.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Exhaust Warm Air off CP-14

Even in Industrial setting, warm exhaust air can be a problem. Here with the use of Sonotube concrete form, plastic layflat duct we solve the problem. No engineering prize but it works.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Portable Cooling saves money-Makes people more Efficient

See Video on even in our own warehouse we cool a station, not the whole Space

Remember most of the time, your people make you money. Keep your people cool and comfortable and able to do their work quickly. Portable cooling works..!!

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Fight the Dog Days of Summer-Keep Your Dog Cool
Ben over at Wiggle Butt Dog Care deeply cares for his clients. He has two evaporative cooling units to keep his dogs cool and comfortable.

Friday, June 15, 2012

Funniest YouTube Video on Father's Day....Ever!!!
It even has cooling as underlying theme...

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Two Place to Cool, One cooling Unit?
That's what duct is made for....!
With Help from Travis, we tackle a problem for owners trying to keep their floor personnel cool. The people are working in two locations but floor space is limited. Take a look at the video to see how that problem is easily solved.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Inside Evaporative Cooler
The basic premise is simple. Pour water into media that absorbs water and is able to have air pulled through it. On the other side your airstream is moisture laden, when it hits the skin the evaporation causes a cooling effect on a person.

How Much..Cooling..?? Depends on humidity levels but anywhere from 10-15 degrees cooler than the ambient air.

Applications are big open areas that don't mind moisture put into air...Livestock/Barns, open warehouses, outdoor events etc. PLUS, they are usually less expensive that air conditioners and require just a plug in for electrical needs.

Take a look at the video and consider an evaporative cooler. It might help keep your cool this Summer.