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Make Your Boring Electric Fan A Dazzling Air Conditioner (Video)
Is it possible for electric fans to become that perfectly cool air conditioner? Definitely!
If you feel like the air you feel from turning that fan on does not answer your air conditioning needs, then here's a sweet but astonishing
lifehack for you. You can actually make your fan cooler without even buying a new set and get installed in your room. This may require you some more materials, but the result is definitely worth it.
Read ahead and take your
electric fan to a whole new level. Be impressed and enjoy!
Cooling the air your fan blows can be improved with this cost-efficient solution.
Take note that you need a fountain pump, the thing you use in your aquariums.
You may use the pump performing at a rate of 75 gallons per hour, or better. It basically controls the water flow.
Remember that you also need this multipurpose zip ties, the plastic material that's very durable for binding wires.
The hose clamp is another tool you will be needing.
Wait, do not forget to include some clear vinyl tubes where liquid materials like water can pass through.
Also, some 15ft. Copper tube roll is included in the list.
Here's what you need to do:
Firstly, detach the fan screen. This is where you'll put the other tools; be mindful of the positioning.
Get the copper roll and attach the roll accordingly using the durable lock, forming a spiral. Start from the outer part
Once done, put the screen back to the fan. Take note of the two copper tubes positioned paralleled to each other.
Bend those exceeding tubes downward towards the back portion of the electric fan.
Install the vinyl tubes by connecting it to the Copper tubes.
Once inserted securely, lock it with the hose clamp. This connection is an integral part of this improvised technology.
Before the next step, open the fan to check for vibration. When there's none, you can plug in the pump.
Next, put the end of the pump to a cooler. Cut off one vinyl tube for it to serve as the 'return tube'.
Attach an additional zip lock.
Add some ice, examine the temperature needed. You must achieve that cool temperature.
Consequently, you must add water to the cooler system you've set up. That's what will circulate.
Close the cooler properly, and it's ready to operate. Enjoy it!
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