Just plug in & add Water & Ice for Evaporative Cooling or Ice for Dual Models to produce Air Conditioning!
Ever dream about Splashing in a Pool to keep Cool on Hot Days or Nights during your outings? Do not dream anymore, as we have the answer and it is only a "mouse click" away!
Swampy Portable Cooling Systems are available for easy operation using only 12-Volt Power by either of the following Two Methods:
A: An Evaporative Cooler that uses Water only to supply cool air in Dry Climates.
B: An Air Conditioner that derives its cold air in Humid or Dry areas by using Ice Water that is pumped through a Heat Exchanger at over 300 gallons per-hour. (How Ice Systems work)
Note: A typical Refrigerated Air Conditioning system cannot be operated on any 12 to 48-Volt battery system, as Batteries do not produce enough power to run the Engine Driven Compressor.
Using portable cooling in moving Vehicles or Aircraft
present unique problems because of the extreme heat. A
Flex Hose Kit will revolutionize portable
12-volt cooling by helping combat the extreme heat in a vehicle
or aircraft and make the location of the portable system extremely
flexible. Check out these Kits, which are available now for all
MightyKool Models including those you presently own.
Normally a Flex Hose Kit would not be needed for sleeping like in Boats, Campers, Truck Sleepers, etc. If however you need to cool more than one area at a time, like two seperate sleeping areas, a Flex Hose Kit could fit your needs.
Note: A typical Refrigerated Air Conditioning system cannot be operated on any 12 to 48-Volt battery system, as DC does not produce enough power to run the Engine Driven Compressor.
If your area is typically DRY the model MW1
using only water is the most popular for vehicles. In this case
you must be satisfied with 15 to 25 degree cooler air than a fan
blowing your direction & you need to provide proper ventilation.
Using the Flex Hose Kit will satisfy
most needs for simple less expensive relief from the heat for
up to four people.
What System is suitable for your Climate? A rule of thumb in the USA is to draw an imaginary line from the middle of North Dakota straight south through Texas. Anything East of the line typically needs Air Conditioning and any area West of that line could typically get by with Evaporative Cooling. You may also check out your Climate click on the Humidity Index!