|Item Weight||248 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||66 x 63 x 33 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||PAC2K363S|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1-Year parts|
|National Stock Number||4120-01-393-3371|
Portacool PAC2K363S 36-Inch 9600 CFM Portable Evaporative Cooler, 2500 Square Foot Cooling Capacity, Black, 3-Speed
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- Lowers temperatures up to 30-degrees Fahrenheit with three different speeds
- Unit's energy efficiency and use of no harmful chemicals makes it
- Made up of durable one-piece, rust-free, leak-proof molded polyethylene housing
- Convenient 3/4-inch water hose connection for longer running
- Shipped completely assembled and ready to operate, right out of the box
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Most importantly - if you're shopping for an evaporative cooler, buy the cheapest, single speed Port-A-Cool. The higher end models are built with the same junk components, except they're significantly more expensive to repair (if you don't have the mechanical aptitude to hack-n-whack aftermarket parts in place). Our first Port A Cool was the variable speed model. The motor (which quit after 13 months, 4 months of actual use) was $700. Yes, SEVEN, HUNDRED, DOLLARS. We had to add a pulley, belt, and a mounting bracket to make the Harbor Freight motor fit. With the single speed model, it's already belt driven, so replacing the subpar OEM motor with a slightly less crappy HF motor will be much easier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice unit, looks good, but just does not cool like it should. Disappointed.Published 13 days ago by Arizona Kid
It moves a lot of air and feels really good when you are near it. The air is cooled compared to the air it draws in but it doesn't exactly drop the temperature in my warehousePublished on December 18, 2012 by Brian K. Hartley