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Whilst evaporative cooling is estimated to cost only a quarter of what it costs to maintain refrigerated air cooling system it still requires a system of regular maintenance to lengthen the life of your cooling system

Spring Service

Before the hot weather starts it’s a good idea to have your system serviced to ensure a fault free operation during the hot summer months

  1. Check the fan belt to see if it has adequate tension
  2. Lubricate the blower assembly bearing and the motor if it has an oil receptacle with the appropriate oil.
  3. Make sure the cooler pads are in good shape. If they are worn replace them
  4. Turn on the cooler motor and pump to test if the cooler pads are getting sated evenly
  5. Check for any insults to the casement or tray's integrity that could cause a leak. If cracks or holes exists then replace
  6. Check the water to make ensure that it is at the proper level in the tray. Adjust the float arm if the water is not at the proper level

Autumn Service

As soon as you are certain that you won't need your evaporative cooler, you need to winterize it

  1. Clean the build-up of mineral deposits so that won't harden over the winter and become hard to remove
  2. Clean out the tray at the bottom of the cooler, and drain the water completely.
  3. To prevent freezing of the cooler's water line, disconnect the water line from the cooler and blow out the water
  4. Cover the unit with a tarp or form-fitted cover to protect it from the winter elements.