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I have a new AF350 swamp cooler that sprays water vapor out the front when cooling cycle is on

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PUT A BALL VALVE ON THE INLET SIDE OF THE COIL TO CONTROL WATER FLOW TILL ITS JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT.

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The reason you are cool in the air flow is evaporation and the latent heat removal of a liquid as it changes state from a liquid to a vapor, removing heat in the process, condensing that vapor back to a liquid the heat is rejected to the cooler air that flows past .
This is precisely how a refrigeration cycle operates as well as how our bodies regulate our temperature.
You could apply a mister that atomizes , thus evaporates and removes heat, but as this goes on the air becomes closer to saturated with moisture and it no longer can evaoporate the liquid as it once was, so the swamp cooling type answer is great in the desert, but terrible in Miami or NY.

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A swamp cooler PUMP is not really model specific. They are basically small submersible pumps. Contact ANY swamp cooler dealer in LV, tell them you have a 4500 CFM unit and need a pump.
The pump part number for this size cooler is: PN 110436 (there are several alternates)

Contact these folks and tell them what you need:
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3046 Vegas Dr.Suite 1
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If they can not help you... just look under cooling and air-conditioning in the yellow pages and find a dealer near you. This pump is common to nearly every brand in LV. You can most likely buy one at the local home depot, menards, or lowes.
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How do you calculate the cfm in a swamp cooler


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You will need to figure the cubic feet of space you want to cool, and then divide that number by two. The quotient will give you the CFM rating for the proper-sized swamp cooler.

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Is it possible in aircon to used it with no compressor??


Nothing in air conditioning is new. It has been done for many years.

There are three types of "compressorless" refrigeration that I can think of.

1. ) swamp coolers or evaporative coolers - these work on the process of adiabatic saturation in low humidity environments. Evaporating water removes energy from the air, makes it cooler and more humid. This is a win-win when the air is very dry, but the process doesn't work well in humid environments, were water evaporates less readily.

2.) Peltier junction solid state coolers. These are essentially a thermocouple driven in reverse. Conduction between the hot and cold plates is hard to control and at low voltages these devices need a lot of current. These units are not as efficient as mechanical refrigeration.

3.) Absorption refrigeration cycle. In these systems a solution of ammonia in water (or water in a lithium bromide brine) is used. Heating the water (or brine) drives out the ammonia (or water vapor) and takes the place of the compressor in the cycle. This cycle is useful if you have a source of waste heat. You essentially recover the energy in the waste heat to run a refrigeration unit. A few demo units have used solar energy as the heat source, but I don't think this is common

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is the units Disturbing the water over the pads!
if not check the water pump!
are the pads old and worn out, buy new ones.
and if the Humidity is to high they do not work well

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The pump is probably gone. the way it works is a float allows the water level to stay the same in the reservoir so check that. Water is pumped up to the hoghair and trickles down into it. A big old blower pulls the wet outside air into the room. We call that one a swamp cooler down here on the gulf. Go outside and spray some water on the unit to cool down the house till you can get the pump replaced.

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Just found at least one problem with mine. I pulled off the back screen and then pulled off the back cover by undoing the two screws at the top. There is a pad in there that rotates through the water reservoir. If this pad doesn't get wet, you won't get any cooling. My pad was bone dry. Turns out the wire for the motor that rotates the pad was disconnected from the front control panel. I reconnected the wire and now the pad rotates through the water reservoir. We'll see how this works.

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