Air coolers are typically less expensive to purchase and operate than traditional refrigerant-based air conditioners, and they also use less energy.
Air coolers are typically used in dry or semi-arid climates, and can be used in residential, commercial and industrial applications.
Creating a working model of an air cooler using cardboard may require some basic knowledge of engineering and the ability to create a structure using cardboard. Here are some basic steps that you can follow to create a working model of an air cooler using cardboard:
- Gather materials: You will need a cardboard box, scissors or a cutting knife, a glue gun or tape, two small DC motors, a battery pack, a switch, and a small fan.
- Cut the cardboard box: Cut the cardboard box into the shape of an air cooler. Make sure to leave a space for the fan, motors and battery pack.
- Assemble the fan: Assemble the small fan according to the instructions provided. Make sure to test the fan to ensure it works properly.
- Install the motors: Install the two small DC motors in the cardboard box. One motor will be used to power the fan and the other motor will be used to power the cooling pad.
- Install the battery pack and switch: Install the battery pack and switch in the cardboard box. This will allow you to turn the air cooler on and off.
- Test the air cooler: Once the air cooler is assembled, test it to ensure that it is working properly.