With a history of innovation and quality, the Breezair range delivers quiet and powerful cooling that’s energy efficient, so it’s kind to the environment as well as to you. Leading the world in evaporative air conditioning technology, Breezair were also the first to develop the corrosion-free, all-plastic rooftop evaporative air conditioner.

The world’s coolest, quietest and most energy efficient evaporative air conditioning.

Breezair™ by Seeley International® offers premium evaporative air coolers with advanced technology and revolutionary design for fixed evaporative whole home air conditioning products. Being the market leader and number one in natural cooling, Breezair is the quietest running and most energy-efficient product on the market!*

With its patented technology and use of inverter technology, advanced water management and distribution system and superior Black MagicTM Mini-Cell^ Chillcel® pads for greater cooling capacity, Breezair evaporative air coolers lead the world for rooftop evap coolers.

“Number One in Natural Cooling”
Produced by Australia’s largest and most awarded air conditioning manufacturer. Breezair products are tested in its NATA laboratory to accredit test results to substantiate superior performance against competitive products and systems.

Breezair delivers 100% fresh air and cools both indoor and outdoor living spaces. Nothing cools as quietly or looks as good.


Just like a sea breeze keeps you cool at the beach on a hot day, an evaporative cooler use the power of evaporation to cool your home. On a hot day by the seaside, the movement of air over the ocean causes water to evaporate, absorbing some heat from the air. During this process, the air temperature is lowered and the result is a cooling sea breeze.

An evaporative cooler is based on the simple principles of evaporation, hot and dry outside air is pumped through water-soaked pads called Chillcel® pads. As the air blows through the Chillcel pads, the water is evaporated and the heat in the air is absorbed, which lowers the air temperature. A fan then pushes the cool air through the ducting system.