On Thu, 26 Sep 2013 04:47:53 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
LOL. Perfect timing,
AIUI, it's a device with a fan that blows hot air over a pan filled
with water. The water evaporates by pulling heat from the air, so the
air becomes more humid but cooler. In places where it's hot but the
air is very dry, it's cheaper to buy and to run and works as well
(almost as well?) as an air conditioner with a compressor, condenser,
and evaporator. And you get to leave your windows open. That's New
Mexico, Arizona, and in all directions from there. I saw one in Las
Vegas. If the humidity goes from 10% to 30% or more it is still
not too humid for people to be comfortable, but the air temperature
has dropped 10 or 20 degrees or more.
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