Eco-Cooler: The Do-It-Yourself Zero Electricity Air Cooler

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Picture of Eco-Cooler Demonstration

If you live in an area where the temperature can rise above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, you should know how uncomfortable it is to stay indoors, especially when it is very humid and you do not have an air conditioner. If you live in a country where the average household income is low, you may not be able to afford an air conditioner. Luckily, there is an alternative way to cool your home that is cheap and requires no electricity to work and can be built at home.

This do-it-yourself air conditioner is called Eco-Cooler, a zero electricity air conditioner invented by Ashis Paul. The Eco-Cooler has no copyright and can be built using empty plastic soda bottles and other cheap materials. Because the Eco-Cooler does not need electricity to work, it can help reduce energy consumption. Unfortunately, the Eco-Cooler only works well when there is a good amount of wind.

For an instruction manual to show you how to build an Eco-Cooler, visit this link.

Here is a short excerpt from about how the Eco-Cooler works:

The science behind the Eco-Cooler is based on the idea that the bottleneck becomes a funnel that compresses and cools the air that runs through it by about five degrees, according to the Eco-Cooler website. It’s the same principle that governs blowing air through pursed lips — the air comes out cooler despite the body’s 98-degree-Fahrenheit temperature.

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