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Old 05-15-2012, 06:37 PM   #2885
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I tried it on the MH, but the water kept sloshing out of the pan. Really!
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Old 05-15-2012, 06:42 PM   #2886
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I tried it on the MH, but the water kept sloshing out of the pan. Really!
Had to ask, a friend had a swamp cooler for his house in Oklahoma on Lake Eufuala and I didn't know if it was possible to adapt one to the MH unless there was some form of internal water coil that the air flowed over. If anyone builds this I get half of the cash as its now copyrighted, trademarked and possibly part of a new LLC.
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Back in 1949.... I think this trumps your... whatever.

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And this. I want one for tooling around in my truck during a hot, dry, day.

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I invented those long before I was born! No wonder people said I'm ahead of my time.
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And this. I want one for tooling around in my truck during a hot, dry, day.

Car cooler
Same technology, just different setup, they're all swamp coolers .
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@4Knights. A legend in your own mind.
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Neck, call it what you want, but my electric bill more than doubles when the monsoons hit and I have to switch to AC.
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Neck, call it what you want, but my electric bill more than doubles when the monsoons hit and I have to switch to AC.
An A/C and a swamp cooler are two entirely different critters .

Yer power bill bites ya in the butt cause it uses a high amperage compressor to work, where as the swamp cooler just drives a small fan.
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Thanks for the lesson Neck. I never would have know that.

Did you know that swamp coolers don't work well when the dew point is high? Humidity doesn't matter as much as dew point.
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Dew point is what makes it feel 'muggy'..
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