Evaporative cooling favours the outdoors in a way that other temperature management systems just can’t match. Boxed “conditioners” with metal coils and complex heat exchangers require large power reserves if they’re going to work outdoors at all. They’re designed to work indoors, which is fine, although they still consume way too much energy for this new energy-conscious age. Conversely, evaporative coolers for outdoor restaurant patios are specifically designed to embrace exterior locales, which is an important asset, one that adds to the skill set of a product that’s already popular in homes, factories, and warehouses.

Fundamentally Suited for Outside Operation

The Pharoahs and the Roman elite already had some insight into the reality of the matter. They knew that evaporation is a part of nature. In other words, the not-so-free servants of this era were laying out wet towels and damp fans in the knowledge that the moisture would evaporate and cause the local temperature to drop. But enough with the history lesson. Today’s evaporative coolers for outdoor restaurant patios employ every bit as much technology as an alternative indoor cooler, but simplicity still lies at the core of the mechanism, a principle that packs those proven methods into an electric fan, an advanced set of water-soaked pads, and a large reservoir, a tank filled with ready-to-evaporate water.

Solving Outdoor Cooling Needs

Once the appliance is active, the soaked pads are quickly saturated with water and carried into the local air by a powerful but quiet electric fan. The fine mist of evaporated water keeps restaurant goers cool and refreshed, so cool that appetites are sharpened and the food is consumed with much gusto. Quiet enough to guarantee dinner conversation isn’t interrupted, the large blades of the fan deliver cool air across the patio. The unit is also designed to meet demanding low maintenance standards, thus keeping hygiene policies intact. Still, on pushing these technically oriented matters to the side for a moment, it’s the ability to connect the diner to nature through the fine dispersal of fresh, slightly moist air that keeps the customer hungry.

The baking summer heat makes even the most scenic restaurant patio a no-go area. But, on calling evaporative coolers for outdoor restaurant patios into action, everything changes. Consider a portable model, a variant that cools wedding guests outside the marquee tent, or a model that can sit outside a barbecue party during the hottest weather. The evaporative action turns uncomfortable outdoor heat into a pleasurable experience.