An evaporative air conditioner uses evaporation to help cool the air. Based on the principles of evaporation, hot and dry outside air is pumped through water-soaked cooling pads.
As the air is pushed through the cooling pads, the water evaporates and the heat in the air is absorbed, which lowers the air temperature.
A fan then pushes the cool air throughout a house via a network of ducts.
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