After you pour water into the water tank or connect your water hose to the water hose connector, the water will be pumped up to water distribution tray which will then slowly release water to drip onto the cooling pad. When air passes through the cooling pad, the water will evaporate causing the air temperature to drop.
If continually using, eventually all water in the water tank will completely evaporate and you will not need to drain any water. If there is water left over after using, you can drain from the water tank by unscrewing the drain cap located on the bottom of the back side of the unit.
An ionizer works by emitting negatively charged ions (ANION) into a room. Because of their polarity, the emitted ions, instantly attach to the positively charged contaminants in the air. The result is that the newly formed particles are too heavy to float and fall to the surface and out of the ambient air you breathe.
The CoolBox units have three fan speeds of: low, medium, and high. The unit's temperature depends on the outside temperature. For example, if you are in a location with high humidity, the air the fan blows out will be approximately 15 degrees cooler than the outside environment. However, if you are in a location with low humidity, the air the fan blows out can be from 20 to 30 degrees cooler than the outside environment.
Yes the CoolBox units can be used indoors. If the CoolBox unit is used indoors for a long period of time, it can create humidity. To help reduce the humidity, you can back the unit up to an open window to allow for fresh air.
Yes, the colder the water in your reservoir, the colder the air will blow. Ice cubes can be added from the filling gate where you add water or to the entire tank on the C100 and the C125 by removing the back panel.
Cool-A-Zone is excited to announce that we are officially under new ownership for 2021 and beyond. Our fans and heaters remain the same that you have known and trusted for the past 15 years, but with a few new service upgrades. With plentiful in-stock inventory, larger warehouse capacity and enhanced systems and operations, now more than ever we can continue to be the experts in outdoor comfort. We look forward to providing year-round seasonal comfort expertise for all of our customers and their families.
We have updated our supply chain and have increased and have a steady inventory of Evaporative Coolers in stock and ready to ship out the next day. We regularly update our website to reflect invenrtory to reflect any changes to our inventory.
The C-125 has a stronger motor allowing to push more air out and cover over 1,400 Square Feet, it also has side vents that allow for a larger volume of air to be pulled in and put through the cooling system.
The current return policy is a full refund less a 15% restocking fee for any products returned within 30 day of purchase. All returns are shipped at purchaser's expense and must be placed in original packaging and in like new condition.
Evaporative air coolers are rated by CFMs (the cubic feet per minute of air that the cooler can blow into your home. Whether it is for a small room or a whole house, there is a simple formula to identify the proper size of evaporative air cooler you need. SQUARE FEET AREA X CEILING HEIGHT divide by 2 = CFM OF AIRFLOW NEEDED.
Honeycomb evaporative cooling pads are designed to provide maximum cooling, low pressure drop and years of reliable service. It is made from specifically engineered cellulose paper that is chemically treated to resist deterioration. Cross fluted, unequal angle pad design promotes the beneficial mixing of air and water for optimum cooling. This unique design also functions to continually direct more water to the air entering face of the pad, where the air is the hottest, driest, dirtiest and the most intense evaporation occurs.
When you are done using your CoolBox unit, press the "Snowflake" button on the control panel unit until it is not lit up. This stops the pump from flowing more water over the cooling pad and begins to run the unit as a fan only. This will help dry out the cooling pad so that it does not sit wet overnight. The cooling pads take approximately 20 minutes to dry out.
Try these steps before performing any maintenance;
1) Unplug the unit and wait one minute before restarting
2) if the fan runs but it is not pumping water then then you may need to replace the water pump.
3) The water senor may be stuck.
a) unplug the machine
b) drain the water tank
c) remove the fill panel
d) reach down to the pump motor and attempt to loosen the water sensor
4) if this does not resolve the issue then the pump may need to be replaced
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