Patented, highly specialized nozzle technology distinguishes CULER products and creates better, more efficient evaporative cooling.
Our patented CULER Flow Blurring® technology atomizes water into millions of micro-droplets to create thousands of times more surface area than pad-type evaporative air coolers.
Water particles of this size simply flash-evaporate – neatly.
The technology makes CULER flash-evaporative coolers superior to traditional pad-type evaporative coolers of similar size, as well as misting fans.
Misting fans use high pressure to push water through small spray nozzles, which creates large droplets that don’t evaporate and then land on nearby floors, furniture and people.
That’s why most misting fans can’t be used indoors – water that accumulates on the floor creates puddles and wet spots, both unsafe conditions. The CULER flash-evaporative cooler, on the other hand, is safe and appropriate for indoor use as well as outside because the micro-droplets evaporate almost instantly. They absorb latent heat in the air before they have a chance to fall.
Traditional pad-type evaporative coolers have problems of their own. Often called “swamp coolers,” they drip water down a pad in an effort to boost surface area and increase evaporation. Such a device uses more electricity, more water and requires chemicals to treat the water.
They also are more messy and less portable, relying on basic technology that is more than 100 years old.
The CULER foundation is 21st Century technology. With our Flow Blurring® system, we’ve designed and built the next generation of portable evaporative coolers. The sophisticated nozzle creates more water surface area without chemicals, puddles or soggy pads.
And it outperforms a similar size, pad-type device.
Let’s say, for example, the ambient air temperature of 90º F with relative humidity of 25 percent. Based on independent laboratory test data, CULER flash-evaporative air coolers produce significantly cooler air than similar size, pad-type devices.
The air exiting a pad-type evaporative cooler was 4 degrees cooler than the ambient temperature. The air exiting a CULER SOLO was 22 degrees cooler.
More surface area means better evaporation. Better evaporation means better cooling.