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Honeywell

Model CO60PM

Internet #204104309

1540 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 850 sq. ft.

$340.99 /each
  • Indoor or outdoor use (UV and weather resistant) for dry climates
  • For rooms up to 850 sq. ft.; air-throw up to 12 yards
  • Easy-to-use mechanical controls

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The Honeywell CO60PM 15.9 Gal. Indoor/Outdoor Evaporative Air Cooler is the perfect choice to keep indoor and outdoor environments comfortably cool and breezy. This weather resistant evaporative air cooler is made to resist outdoor conditions. Its powerful motor helps to deliver strong air flow while a 15.5 in. fan blade and 3-side honeycomb media keep performance optimal. A continuous water supply connection, 15.5 Gal. water tank, and built-in overflow protection system allow long periods of unattended operation, making it perfect for more demanding applications.

  • 15.9 Gal. indoor/outdoor evaporative air cooler cools up to 850 sq. ft.
  • Powerful 1540 CFM air flow
  • Non-compressor system cools naturally, efficiently and inexpensively
  • Weather resistant to resist outdoor conditions
  • Honeycomb cooling media on 3 sides
  • 3 speeds include high, medium and low
  • 15.85 Gal. water tank
  • Handle and casters for portability
  • An evaporative air cooler is not an air conditioner as it does not use a compressor and refrigerant gas; one should not expect an evaporative air cooler to work as effectively as refrigerated air conditioning; however, the advantages of the evaporative air cooler over refrigerated air conditioning are: low purchase cost, low electricity usage, environment friendly (no refrigerant gas) and maximum portability
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DOES THIS HAVE TO BE VENTED OUT A WINDOW?

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No. They do recommend that you place it in front of an open window but it does not have a spout that needs to run water off or anything like that. It's just a rectangular, self enclosed unit, with a cord.
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No Vent necessary although I keep our greenhouse door screen open. Directions recommend placing it near a window and blowing toward a door
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No, but I recommend an open window near by to help circulate air. You can get more detailed information on the company web site www.jmatek.com than click on air coolers.
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This unit is designed to be used indoors or outdoors and does not need to be vented out a window.
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No, but best way to make it works is to keep it near a window or door slightly open. This will improve the airflow and the cooling function.
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Does it have to be connected to a water supply to work? also if it doesnt how do you know when it needs water?

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It does not need to be constantly hooked up to water, but that is an option. I just fill it manually from the top when it needs water. The only way to know when it needs water is to keep your eye on the water level indicator in the front of the unit. No alarm goes off to let you know. On level 1 setting the tank lasted for 9.5 - 10 hours
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It does not need to be connected to water supply, but it is an option. I just fill it manually, the opening is on the top of the unit. The front of the unit was a water level indicator, you just have to keep your eye on it, there is no alarm to let you know.
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You should connect it to a water supply if you plan to run it for several hours. The water reservoir should last 7/8 hours before you need to fill it again. The unit has a water level indicator on the lower front.
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No it does not have to be connected to a water supply
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This does not have to be connected to the water supply in order to operate. However, the unit must have water at all times. You can either fill the tank manually or connect the garden hose for continuous water supply. Please refer to page 11 & 12 of the owner's manual for proper use and installation of this unit.
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How loud is the unit on high?

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How many decibels is the unit when running on the highest setting?
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The noise from the fan is very loud on all 3 speeds,I have had the unite for two weeks and I am all ready looking for a replacement. Difficult to hear the TV over the fan noise.
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about like a portable airconditioner.
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It is about 68, 72 Decibel at full speed. It drops by 3/5 Decibel as you lower it to medium and or low.
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What is the duration of the Cooling cycle, how long will the 15.9 gallons of water last????

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In Los Angeles if I run the fan on level 1 the water lasts 9.5 - 10 hours
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I live in Los Angeles, with the fan on the level 1 setting it lasts about 9.5 - 10 hours
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Cooling cycle can last 6/8 hours, depend on fan speed setting. Keep in mind that this unit has a direct garden hose connector, you connect a hose that keep always water inside the unit.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Keeps living room cold The unit does keep the living room cool even with the windows open. It is a bit loud, but I can live with it. I can run the fan on the level 1 setting and the tank lasts about 9.5 hours. I don't keep it connected to a continual source of water, I just fill it up when it's running low. No alarm lets you know, you just have to keep your eye on the water level on the front. It's easy to fill with the opening being on the top of the unit. Although it has the honey comb panels on the side, cool air only comes out in the front, which is fine. Nothing beats central AC but this is the best next thing if you want to keep electricity costs down. It does have a plug on the bottom near the back to drain the water if you're going to store the unit. Make sure that's sealed tight before you start filling the unit with water. September 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lots of cool air The unit is easy to use and move. The water fill is in a very convenient location and it can be connected to an outside source for auto-fill. It hold lots of water. My only complaint is the location of the fill float. It's very low and is somewhat hard to read. Once you realize what it looks like and how to read it, it becomes a little easier. This product is not made in the USA. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Swamp cooler for greenhouse. Using the swamp cooler in an Orchid Greenhouse in NE Ga. Works well considering our normal humidity. Takes the edge off of the heat. Orchids seem to be doing better since we installed it. Good quality and very easy to set up. Manufacturer Rep was very helpful in making decision on which one to purchase August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Purchase This item is a waste of money. Two weeks after purchase it started leaking onto the floor. The leak was massive and wet the floor to the point that some of the floor tiltiles had to be replaced. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good Unit simple and works well. EZ to move from place to place. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Improve performance Works much better with shredded aspen fill (6-8 degrees cooler) rather than the bargain-basement cardboard fill provided. You'll need a bit of ingenuity to change. I used double thickness aspen pads, 1/2X1/2 steel mesh, and electrical tie wraps to keep pads in place (tend to sag when wet). Keeps 350 sq. ft. workshop at 76 when outside temp is 100+. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Keeps the house cool I bought 2 of these last year, one for upstairs and one for downstairs. We used it for most of the 100+ weather of last year. I live in Las Vegas and yes in a house. It is 107 outside right now and the only things I have going are both evap coolers and ceiling fans. My house is 81 and comfortable. I really like these coolers they seam to do a great job. The outer plastic is cheap but so are most cooler housings. On one of my coolers the inside screws that hold the filters on were all rusting, not too happy about that but I just purchased new non-rusting screws. I get about 8hrs on low with this cooler when it is full. It definitely makes a difference where you place these cooler that give you the best temperatures. June 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Five star unit except. .. I love everything about this unit except the hose hook up. They need to beef ot up better..If honeywell improves that part of it then they knock it out of the park. July 22, 2016
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