Swamp Cooler Repair

An evaporative cooler, or swamp cooler is a device that cools air through the evaporation of water. Evaporative cooling differs from typical air conditioning systems which use vapor-compression or absorption refrigeration cycles. Some of the parts that wear out over time are displayed below, click an image to read about some of the issues that may come up with your furnace. Contact us anytime to schedule your free trip and diagnostic test. Servicing the Denver and Thornton area in Colorado.

Swamp cooler start up.

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starting up a swamp cooler is not just plugging it in and reconnecting the water line. Swamp coolers draw outside air through wet pads and will accumulate dirt, molds and other harmful agents. the pans should be cleaned of dirt and debris. Pads will also trap dirt and mold and become clogged, swamp coolers should be inspected and replaced when needed.

Swamp cooler Shut Down

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Swamp coolers need to be shut down for the winter to ensure a long lifespan of the machine. This includes draining the pan, blowing out the supply water line and installing the cover to protect the swamp cooler. You must provide the cover.



Replacement Pads

Replacement Pads

 

Motor

Motor

Pump

Pump

Control

Control


There are many other parts to your swamp cooler that can become defective. If you are having any issues with your swamp cooler let Erives Heating & Air know right away.