Thursday, March 05, 2009

How to Make your Own Air Conditioner













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9 comments:

aluchko said...

Where does the heat go?

Daedal Heretic said...

photoshopped. i can tell by some of the pixels and having seen quite a few 'shops in my day.

Anonymous said...

You either put ice or bottles of water that are frozen into the ice chest. You also fill the chest with water, and the little pump will pump water up to that The reason normal a/c units generate heat is because they have to do something to the freon to make it cold.

Anonymous said...

any condensation issue??

dave said...

I had a similar one i built back in the 1990's. my car had no AC and i was a security guard. I was assigned to a place that had me sitting in my car for hours on end anyway, and I would not have wanted to waste the gas to let the engine idle for all those hours. I took a cooler, popped a couple holes in it, and then fanned air in one hole and moderately cool air came out the other. it wasnt the greatest, but certainly helped on these Florida summer nights.

Monica said...

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Aircondirect said...

May I know the list of materials because I'm going to try to make my own air conditioner.

Brooklyn dryer vent cleaning said...

Awesome idea, but confused will it really work like a original air condition? going to try.

Air conditioning design said...

this is seriously ingenious, how long will the battery last?