Sometimes, especially in the US market, Evaporative Cooler Hire units are referred to as swamp, or Desert Coolers.
Normally an Evaporative Cooler will use a fan to draw the outside air through a system of wet filter pads. The water evaporates within the pads, lowering the air temperature and any impurities are filtered out.
The cooled air can then be circulated within the building to provide a more comfortable environment.
Evaporative Cooler units are often used in commercial buildings such as offices and shops as well as in factory and warehouse venues. The fan speed of the cooler allows the airflow to be controlled so that the temperature within the building can be regulated.
Typically, Evaporative Coolers are more energy efficient than conventional Air Conditioning Hire units. In addition, they don’t require any refrigerant. They can be successfully deployed in situations where it’s difficult to duct away heat generated by split or exhaust tube/ET air con units, for example in an area where there aren’t any windows.
Our Evaporative Cooler equipment and engineers are based right across the UK, ensuring Aqua offer customers nationwide coverage each day. When you Hire from us you have the benefit of knowing that one of our engineers is never far too away and can support you throughout the year. Whether it’s an initial visit or final delivery, we are used to working quickly! Aqua Hire can offer next-day delivery on a range of Cooling and Heating equipment and our minimum hire period starts from just one week.
Wherever you are in the UK, our main priority is to get your factory or business back up and running as soon as possible. In emergency breakdown scenarios, a fast response is essential and with a network of F-Gas and Gas Safe engineers across the UK we’re able to offer that each and every time.
Evaporative Cooler Hire Units
Evaporative Cooler units are sized based on the cubic feet per minute, or cfm, of airflow. The airflow for Evaporative Coolers tends to be higher than that of traditional Air Con systems.
Aqua’s Evaporative Cooler Hire range, include units with air flows as low as 1,500 m³/hr of to as high as 32,900 m³/hr – which, just as an example – would typically cool areas from 30m² to 325m² respectively.
Whether you’re looking to cool a small room, a large or even semi-outdoor space, or working with a more demanding commercial application, Aqua have the right unit for your specific requirement.
In addition, for situations where you’re not looking to cool a complete area, but just a specific part of a building, process or group of people, Aqua Hire have Evaporative Cooler Hire units that are extremely mobile and can be quickly wheeled into position, ready to use straight away.
We even have units that cool at a raised evaluation, giving ventilation at head height and an improved comfort cooling experience.
Our calculator tool will quickly help you determine an approximate heating and/or cooling capacity for comfort cooling purposes. You simply enter a few key facts and then press “calculate” for a guide figure which is often helpful for initial planning purposes.
To get an exact calculation you’ll need to factor in other variables, for example any HVAC equipment already on site. Our hire specialists are highly trained and experienced in a range of cooling and heating applications. They’ll help you every step of the way, from working out capacity required and product selection right through to getting the right equipment on site.
Comfort Cooling Enquiry?
Before you call…
There’s some key information that will enable our hire specialists to find the best solution for you as quickly as possible and we’ve detailed this below. These answers will help speed up the quotation process and our overall response time from enquiry to delivery/installation – essential in an emergency scenario. If you don’t have all the answers to hand then our team will help guide you through the process and can always arrange a free, no obligation, site visit if needed.
- Minimum time you’ll require the equipment for
- Approximate room/building size – width/length/height – photos or floor plans are really useful
- Number of occupants within the space
- Number of windows and doors within the space, are they easily accessible and are any fire doors?
- Details of any computers or other machinery within the space
- Location – ground floor or otherwise
- Is noise a consideration? We have low noise equipment options available
- Any access/delivery restrictions to overcome?
- Availability of outside space – if siting equipment externally
Our Cooling and Heating Calculators will also help you to work out an indicative cooling/heating capacity.