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    Evaporative cooler.

    "An evaporative cooler has three open sides at rear. There are three detachable doors for these three sides. These doors have sockets to fit straws, that are attached to these doors and doors are attached to the cooler so that when it turns on the water motor of the cooler sprinkels water on straws and it throughs cool air."

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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    How can it have three open sides at the rear? The sides are the sides and the rear is the rear.
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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    "An evaporative cooler has three open sides. There are three detachable doors for these three sides. These doors have sockets to fit straws and doors are attached to the cooler so that when it turns on the water motor of the cooler sprinkels water on straws and it throws cool air."

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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    You can save some words: An evaporative cooler has three open sides. Each side has a detachable door.

    There's no such thing as a "water motor". I think you mean a pump.

    In the American Southwest, everyone calls evaporative coolers "swamp coolers".
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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    This is a new term for me, despite living (having lived) in the USA for a total of two years.

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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    They only work in very dry climates. The Southwest is the only place in the States where they're usable.

    Note that southern California, despite being the most southwestern part of the country, is not part of the Southwest. The coastal region where the vast majority of the population lives is too humid for swamp coolers, but you'll see them in the dry, inland parts of the state.
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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    You'll also hear them called water coolers.
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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    Without context, if I heard "water cooler", I would assume it was one of those large upside down plastic bottles on a stand in an office where people can fill up their glass with chilled water.
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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    Yes, we call those water coolers as well.
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    Re: Evaporative cooler.

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    You can save some words: An evaporative cooler has three open sides. Each side has a detachable door.

    There's no such thing as a "water motor". I think you mean a pump.

    In the American Southwest, everyone calls evaporative coolers "swamp coolers".
    Could you please tell me about the "sockets to fit straw" part?

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