Hessaire MC37M portable Evaporative Air Cooler for 750 sq. ft.

May 15, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $339.95Amazon.com Price
(as of 01:40 GMT+0200 - Details)

The Hessaire 2,200 CFM Evaporative Cooler is compact in size, pleasing in aesthetics and the performance exceeds coolers of a much larger size. This performance is achieved through expanding air-intake areas to the hi-density XeL50 rigid media. These coolers have 3 media panels instead of a single panel found on most mobile coolers. 3 panels allow more air-intake area and reduce pre-rotation of the air to the prop, which translates into lower static pressure and more efficient air delivery to the prop. The hi-density XeL50 media provides 80 percent more evaporation surface compared to regular density media. This means higher evaporation efficiency and cooler temperatures. Note: This unit is NOT an air conditioner and therefore uses much less energy and saves more on electricity costs. It is best used in dry climates or open spaces. Leave window/door open to limit the rise of humidity and keep better air ventilation in the room.
Patented axial prop is energy efficient and throws cool air farther
Features an oscillating design for maximum cooling
Molded with a polypropylene resin, creating a strong, yet lightweight design
Prop is designed to deliver a hi-velocity of air to you quietly
Ideal for use in outdoor areas, not designed for use in totally enclosed spaces
Direct connect to hose feature to enable constant water supply option to bypass having to fill water tank

Product Features

  • Evaporative cooler with 2 fan speeds and ASDS (air swing delivery system)
  • Injection molded with UV protection and a 10.3 Gallon water reservoir
  • 2200 cfm cools up to 750 sf
  • 3100 CFM

Comments

Anonymous says:

Temperature and humidity OK this is June 2018 in Oklahoma City OK, just got my water cooler. Man what a difference temperature went from 84•.to 73• That’s 11° lower the humidity went from 45% to 77% that’s 32% rise in humidity 11° fall in temperature, wonderful Three hours old. I have a small leak at the upper back panel.Right now at the top it’s not hurting anything it’s evaporating before it gets down, I think it’s the covers not adjusted right i’ll work on that. And I’ll give you an update in a month or so…

Anonymous says:

Worth the money We own two of these units for almost two years. These coolers are amazing and have kept us comfortable with outside temps above 100F. We use them inside the house with every possible window cracked to create draft and to not accumulate excess moisture. Works wonderful. On average the temps difference outside/inside is about 25F. Example: yesterday we had 105F in the SHADOW outside the door while inside it dropped to 82F. Usually inside temps hover around 78F for 100F though. It’s the current…

Anonymous says:

Five stars for Amazon, and three for Hessaire. First, the service from Amazon was impeccable. The problem with the Hessaire is a design flaw. The wheels mounted on some metal cross struts fasten to the bottom of the cooler by melted plastic taps. The technique is a valid one but any kind of down ward pressure on a corner and the force focused to one wheel driving the flange into the plastic bottom and cracking the plastic bottom (water well). The botton piece should shave been molded with more cross flanges in this area. This is a…

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