Evaporation Coolers

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  1. Snitrats

    Snitrats Read Only Funster

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    Has anyone any experience of either Waeco or Webasto roof mounted evaporation coolers as sold by Towtal, can't find much information on the web. Appreciate there not a/c just looking for cooling down a bit at night.
     
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    I'm sitting in the draft from a domestic one right now. Had it years and all I can say is just a bit better than nothing. They do pump a lot of humidity in so counter productive.

    In MH I replaced the roof vent with one with a fan, right over the bed. Sort of works when in bed, but too noisy. Not much use at cooling the living area down.
     
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    I feel your frustration I cant decide wether to use the front or rear air con units to day:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
    I think buttons had the same problem in his tin camper
     
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    They work ok in hot countries with very low humidity. They don't do so good in Europe and are even worse in the UK.
     

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