Evaporative cooling unit

The Hurricane portable evaporative cooling unit utilizes high-efficiency cooling pads and provides 67-gallon water capacity and 14,500 CFM

09/19/2013


The Hurricane portable evaporative cooling unit utilizes high-efficiency cooling pads and provides 67-gallon water capacity and 14,500 CFM. Courtesy: Port-A-CoolThe Hurricane portable evaporative cooling unit utilizes high-efficiency cooling pads and water to naturally cool up to 3,500 sq ft and lower temperatures up to 30 F. The unit’s design provides 67-gal water capacity and 14,500 CFM. The Hurricane requires only 11.4 amps for pump and motor operation. It has a dual water fill with hose hookup or manual tank fill and it doesn’t require chemicals or refrigerants to produce cool air output. Additional features include a digital control panel with easy touch buttons for operation and status displays. 

Port-A-Cool 

www.port-a-cool.com



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