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MasterCool 5000 CFM 120-Volt 2-Speed Down-Draft Roof 12 in. Media Evaporative Cooler for 1650 sq. ft. (with Motor)
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MasterCool

5000 CFM 120-Volt 2-Speed Down-Draft Roof 12 in. Media Evaporative Cooler for 1650 sq. ft. (with Motor)

  • Designed to work in dry/arid climates
  • Is not an air conditioner
  • High quality components at low costs
$133045 /each
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The Champion Cooler Master Cool Roof and Wall Evaporative Cooler with Motor is equipped with a 3/4 HP motor that powerfully circulates up to 5,000 CFM to cool your home or office in dry, arid climates. The cooler's mesh pre-filter screen helps protect the evaporative media while providing enhanced airflow. The evaporative cooler features a corrosion-resistant removable water reservoir and an adjustable brass float arm for your convenience. This evaporative cooler performs best in dry, arid climates.

  • Cools up to 2,200 sq. ft. to help keep your living space comfortable
  • Circulates air at up to 5,000 CFM for fast, efficient air circulation
  • Comes with a 3/4 HP motor to provide powerful cooling
  • 2 speed motor allows you adjust the rate of cooling to suit your comfort level
  • Down discharge ensures a wide distribution of cool air
  • Efficiently designed blower wheel offers quiet operation
  • Bleed-off helps reduce maintenance by keeping the water fresh and clean
  • Mesh pre-filter screen helps protect the evaporative media and helps provide enhanced airflow
  • Brass float arm is adjustable for your convenience
  • Moisture shield helps prevent water from contacting the metal cabinet
  • Tough, polyester resin coating for durability
  • Made in denison, TX
  • Evaporative cooler performs best in dry, arid climates
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Can this be installed in a house with a single-drop vent, i.e. no ductwork?

Can this be installed in a house with a single-drop vent, i.e. no ductwork?
Asked by: Mark
Yes
Answered by: DontBuyIt
Date published: 2017-06-02

How much better are 12" media over 8" ? Price difference seems to be pretty significant

How much better are 12" media over 8" ? Price difference seems to be pretty significant
Asked by: Kajtek1
Hi Christina and thanks for the answer. Did someone ever made test what is the bast use of evaporative coolers? There must be the best flow rate for max cooling effect, but even I researched the subject pretty well, no such answer exist. Somebody suggested "toilet paper test on window screen" as method of determination how much air flow/pressure you suppose to have. Pardon me, but I am not spending thousands of dollars on cooler that needs toilet paper.
Answered by: Kajtek1
Date published: 2017-06-27

Do these cooler drain when you turn them off model #6500 CFM 2400 SQ FT.

Do these cooler drain when you turn them off model #6500 CFM 2400 SQ FT.
Asked by: Jo
No. Water remains in the water pan/tray. The system will purge periodically so make sure you do hook up a drain hose or piping. Mine drains via a hose and auto waters my garden.
Answered by: DontBuyIt
Date published: 2017-05-18

I am looking to replace my old traditional evaporative cooler with this model. How do I know if ...

I am looking to replace my old traditional evaporative cooler with this model. How do I know if my existing setup requires an 8" or 12" media? I'd like to go with a 12", but I'm not sure if it will fit if my old model is an 8" media.
Asked by: Leigh
Media refers to the size of the PADS 8 or 12", not the discharge opening. Ensure your current cooler roof duct and discharge size of this unit are the same or you can buy a universal roof mount duct but, sorta pricey. 12" pads will cool a little more than 8" pads.
Answered by: DontBuyIt
Date published: 2017-05-18
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5000 CFM 120-Volt 2-Speed Down-Draft Roof 12 in. Media Evaporative Cooler for 1650 sq. ft. (with Motor) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly Designed, Weak Customer Servic Swamp coolers could compete well with energy hog a/c, but Essex, producer of Mastercool neither engineers nor builds these things right. First, product came damaged, and it seemed to be damage done at factory. Second, casing design makes access to electrical box difficult. You can't just unbolt the lid because there are bolts inside that are hard to reach. So, you have to disassemble more to do simple stuff. Third, big fan known for being noisy unit encased in drum like sheet metal box. I used spray glue to attach closed cell foam sheets to inside off casing to deaden sound, and insulate against summer sun. This could be done cheaply and better at the factory. Fourth, electronics are simple, but could be plug and play. I'm surprised CA tech company hasn't gobbled up this TX based tech midget minded company with flimsy electronics.
Date published: 2017-06-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I wasn't home when the item was delivered. Found a pallet in my driveway with a damaged $1400 Mas... I wasn't home when the item was delivered. Found a pallet in my driveway with a damaged $1400 MasterCool apparently smashed from a forklift. Install was not difficult. Did it with the help of a friend. The PADS are absolute junk. This unit had been sitting for a long time in a warehouse I assume because the pads are extremely brittle. Impossible to install in the unit without them decaying in your hands. And they cost about $500. Never impressed with the quality and QA of home depot and not going to allow their poor customer Svc reps ruin my day or raise my blood pressure so, I didn't even call and complain. My methodology is to just not buy from them anymore. Anyway, I would not buy this unit again. The pads are poor at holding water and the water simply runs over the top of them and out the screen panel, onto my roof, staining my patio with calcium deposits. Yes, they're installed correctly :-)
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ordered a Mastercool cooler three times because of product damage.... Ordered a Mastercool cooler three times because of product damage. Never got a price break for the inconvenience. Third cabinet was also bent. Had to straighten it out before install.
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Master cool 5000 downdraft I had 2evaporative coolers on my roof they got old and a lot of repair so i bought the master cool 5000 downdraft had it installed it cools my whole house.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from High Quality, Professional Looking Cooler Ordered this online to the store and installed the whole new system myself. My main-level is 1,500 sqft and I installed 5 new vents (living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and 1 office), this cooler is more then adequate to cool the entire house. The living room is a solid 75 ft from the cooler and power/coldness is still great. I live in Denver, Colorado and went with this one because it has a higher rebate from the energy company; I am really glad that I went with the higher-end one once I saw it in person and physically compared the quality of components. Love the high and low speed, high is very powerful and cools very quickly. Also can turn on fan and just vent on cooler nights when you don't need the extra coldness from the water. The extra thick 12" media really helps with the efficiency as well. The cooler is not loud but don't install it right above a bedroom as you will hear it rumble when trying to sleep. I have it situated over a bathroom between two bedrooms and you can't hear the fan at all. Has a very clean and professional look to it unlike many swamp coolers. Only issue was that the control box and thermostat in the unit did not work correctly and took a little bit to trouble shoot. Bought a replacement thermostat in Home Depot and replaced the unit which worked and then warrantied the piece and returned the one I bought. Annoying but easy to install. (if your control box is opaque you may have a bad one...) Highly recommend. Key Components to help install this: - DIAL 20 in. x 20 in. Evaporative Cooler Roof Jack - Master Flow 8 in. x 25 ft. Insulated Flexible Duct R6 Silver Jacket + registers, elbows, collars, water-pipe, and we built the plenum ourselves from steel ducting boxes
Date published: 2013-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saves money to spend the initial big price.... Ive had a Master Cool for 12 years. I upgraded the motor to a 1 hp to give it a bit of kick, it has cooled several homes Ive lived in. Now Im moving to another new home I purchased and I plan to buy another. The old one still functions perfectly so it is going into my detached garage and shop for use. While the initial price is high its well worth it seriously I dont have the high AC bills my neighbors do and everyone who comes to my house says its feels really cold. Plus all the stale air isnt locked up in the house its constantly recirculating fresh air and I like that.
Date published: 2013-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very effective, easy install and assembly. I made the decision to install this cooler myself after several bids from contractors that I was not happy with. Free shipping was very attractive and the cooler arrived within 1 week. Home Depot and the contracted shipping company did a very good job informing me when and how the cooler would arrive. Between my online order and a couple trips to my local Home Depot store, I had all the parts required to install the cooler on my roof including ducting, vents, electrical, plumbing, and roof mounting. The cooler itself is very simple in its construction which was more attractive to me than a more full function more expensive unit. All replacement parts are available on the shelf at the store. The only negative about this cooler is the thermostat will wait up to a 4 degree difference from setpoint until it kicks from low to high. But this might be to prevent frequent switching of blower speed. Low speed is very very quiet but high speed is noisy, mostly because of the diffusers and I think any cooler would be noisy on high. Without going to a more expensive variable speed motor model, I believe that this cooler performs very well. I measured 66 deg output temp on an 85 deg day with 35% humidity outside. One other important note was that I was able to completely assemble the cooler and cart it onto my roof in parts. Overall very happy.
Date published: 2011-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product fine, mfr packing is TERRIBLE Looks good. Make certain your roof has clearance and structural strength for the unit--its much larger and heavier than the "standard" box unit.
Date published: 2012-05-01
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