Published on 13 Jun 2014 | over 3 years ago
Here I show you how to make your own A/C that uses very low wattage. Upon further searching I did find other videos that were similar to this principle after I already completed it, but this is unique in concept when it comes to efficiency and cost. It may sound like I misspoke a few times, but not really. To understand why its important to move the fluid slow and have a slow fan speed, you have to consider the fact of time use vs BTU or coldness. The point it to get cool air for several hours. If you draw it off to quickly you just speed melt the ice and need more. This wouldn't be good if you had limited supplies in a power outage or camping. 15 degree cooler air is plenty of comfort.
If you are camping, then best way to sleep well is to place a tube blowing under the covers or sleeping bag for the whole night. Its quiet and very cooling. It also creates enough white noise to help with those who prefer it. Even after it stops blowing cool air, its still circulating air around you.
I did cool a room from 76 down to 72 in about 2 hours. This is valid because the outside was about 77 at the time and the sun was shining on the outside wall of the room for about half that time. The door was closed and the room is about 14x12.
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