This one tests the misters
This one tests the misters that are made to lower the head pressure and power usage of the air conditioner. Head pressure and wattage are tested.
You need to measure the run time reduction too.
The main way it saves you money is by rejecting heat more efficiently and needing less time on to move the same amount of heat out.
Evaporation id only one way that the mist helps.
Water is a MUCH better heat sink than air.
Using rain water and water that you catch from condensate will clean your coils too.
There will be no dissolved solids in rain water and condensate, and the ph will be low due to the sulfur dioxide that condenses along with the water.
don't waste water!!!
Good idea. Cooling towers are totally pointless. ?
Water waste is more expensive than savings
How do you introduce demineralize the water??
Take a look for yourself
Take a look for yourself and see what the new Mistbox does to your AC. I live in Arizona.
Filters wont filter out hard water. Just spray the condenser with CLR and rinse them.
They just offered me a full refund. No real answer just the typical canned response. I'm going to give it this summer to see the savings. If it out weights a cleaning AND the annual cost then I guess it's still worth it. We will see.
need to cut the grass......ijs
A refund? A lawsuit? brother you an idiot. You can literally wash the shit yourself, you make yourself look an idiot posting a nonsense video all over youtube
Is Money you saved in electric bill washed out by increased water bill?
Cool-N-Save Product review
Cool-N-Save Product review & Electric savings update.
The Cool N Save clearly works well. I waited 2 months to post my findings to be sure of my exact money I saved off my electric power bill.
This cool-n-save saved me $30-35 per month on my electric bill, im very pleased with the electric power savings.
The cool n save hooks up to your AC condenser and keeps the ambient temperature 20 lower! This helps your AC not work as hard and saves you money on your power bill.
Last month was one of the hottest months of the year here in Kissimmee Florida and when all my friends bills have gone up mine keeps going down!
Stay tuned for more DIY power saving tips and updates.
Have a great weekend,
Wow my electric bill is never over $120, and you saved more than that??? I live in a 1300ish sqft house though
What about using the condensate water? Have a reservoir to collect the run off and connect the line to that..
That's a great and nifty idea which makes so much sense and so simple.
The fins get corroded, the filter can't get rid of all of the lyme and calcium?