Evaporative Air Conditioning

Evaporative Technology


As the name suggests, 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.


There’s never been a better time to invest in an evaporative air conditioner which is simple to maintain and operate and offers superior product performance. With energy prices escalating and hot American summers, evaporative air conditioning offers a significant and increasing edge on reverse cycle, when it comes to energy efficiency, healthier air flow, performance, and lifestyle.

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How does evaporative air conditioning work?

Hot air enters the cooling unit on your roof where it is filtered and cooled. A fan then blows cooled air throughout your home.  Hot air is forced out through open windows providing your home with a complete change of air at least every two minutes.

Smart, sophisticated and intuitive

Our evaporative units feature advanced technology, achieving the highest cooling performance over any similar air conditioner. Touch screen smart electronic controllers enable you to program each day and help reduce your power bills.

Seeley International has been supplying American households with top of the range evaporative air conditioners for many years. Click to view our product range below.

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We have a wide range of Evaporative Air Conditioners to suit every situation and budget.

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