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Keeping your cool in the workplace

04-10-2011
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With summer rapidly approaching it’s vital to maintain a cool, comfortable working environment.

Portable evaporative cooling units from Port-A-Cool provide the perfect solution.

Port-A-Cool is more effective than a fan and more economical than air-conditioning.

This evaporative cooling system is not only easy on the environment, it’s easy on the pocket. The hourly cost is 12c-40c an hour depending on the unit size.

Natural evaporative cooling is similar to the chill of wind hitting your skin after swimming on a hot day.

The units use forced air over water-soaked evaporative cooling pads to reduce temperatures up to 14°C. Port-A-Cool cools instead of recirculating stale, hot air.

These portable units can be used anywhere standard air conditioning is ineffective or cost prohibitive.

The largest unit can cool up to 370sqm economically, without any chemicals.

All Port-A-Cool units feature:

  • Rust-proof and leak-proof housing
  • Easy rolling casters for spot cooling
  • Efficient and economical operation

Port-A-Cool
Ph: 03 9357 5212
www.portablecoolingsystems.com.au

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