Question about Mastercool 67680 Evaporative Cooler Air Conditioner
Before an evaporation cooler will feel "cool" there has to be a greater difference in the outdoor and indoor temps and/or humidity. If the humidity is high and the temp cool < 80'f The "cool" wont feel cool because there is not much evaporation taking place.
Now if the temp goes to 90 or the humidity goes down under say 40% the cooling effect "feeling cool" will change and be more like its cooling. Part because of the difference in the temperature but also because the air can hold more humidity and it is pulling moisture off your skin.
When you talk about "feel" it is rather suggestive and always different for different people.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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