In a Sky Air Cooler, warm air is taken in and passed through wet Honeycomb Cooling Medium. Water flowing through the honeycomb absorbs heat from the air as it travels through the honeycomb, causing the water to evaporate. This makes the air colder and more humid. The cool air is then blown into the room by a strong fan. As a result, the area is continuously filled with cool, fresh air that has been moisturised, while stale air is blown out of the space through an open window or door.
Sky Evaporative Air Coolers are a cost-effective cooling option because they are inexpensive to buy and run.
Low electricity usage
Sky Evaporative Air Coolers use a negligibly small amount of electricity. An interesting cooling option in cities with high electricity costs, running an air cooler consumes substantially less electricity than running an air conditioner.
A chemical cooling refrigerant is needed for air conditioners, and hot air is absorbed and condensed into cool air using an energy-intensive compressor. It's necessary to vent the heated air outside the space. Air conditioners are more expensive to buy and use substantially more electricity because of their more complicated construction.
Incoming warm air is cooled by the natural process of water evaporation in air coolers, and the newly cooled air is blown by a powerful fan. When liquid water evaporates, it can significantly lower the temperature of dry air (through evaporation).
A float valve, which looks like a hollow ball, is a component that is mounted inside the cooler tank. If a running water pipe is connected to the tank through the hose connector, the water float valve will sense when the water level drops below the required level and start the water flow within the tank. When the water level reaches its maximum, it will likewise cease accepting new water. There is no need for you to physically fill the water tank because this procedure is automated.