When properly cared for and maintained, air coolers are extremely long-lasting machines.
They will continue to provide dependable service to your family or business for many years to come, increasing comfort during the hot summer months.
However, there will come a point when you will need to replace the air cooler. There is no set time limit on how long the machine will operate.
It is difficult to predict when the air cooler will need to be replaced because it can be repaired when it malfunctions. Therefore, the time required for replacement will depend on a variety of factors, including the build quality of the machine and how it has been used over the years.
So, the question is how will you determine whether or not you require a new air cooler?
Some indicators will assist you in determining when it is appropriate to decide to replace your air cooler, including the following:
Deterioration of Significant Importance
Over time, the air cooler will begin to show signs of wear and tear. Water damage is more likely with air coolers because they use water as a coolant.
The tank and cooling pads will begin to accumulate minerals that may eventually form scales, and they will eventually rust as a result.
This has a significant impact on the interior of the system, as it has an impact on the system’s overall energy performance.
As a result, you’ll notice that it’s more expensive to operate, and it’ll become impractical to keep it instead of replacing it.
Water is leaking out.
Leaking water from an air cooler is a serious problem that should never be taken for granted again. For machines that are only a few years old (approximately two years after purchase), it is possible that they have not been properly maintained over the winter, resulting in physical damage.
Some parts may need to be replaced at the technician’s discretion. This may temporarily solve the problem, but if the damage is extensive, the problem will persist, necessitating the purchase of a new air cooler.
When an old air cooler begins to leak water, it may be a sign of a major underlying problem that has resulted in constant use throughout the cooler’s lifespan.
Noises or odors that is bothersome or offensive
If you pay attention, you will notice that air coolers usually make little or no noise. However, if you notice that the sound it makes is unusual and irritating, you should be on the lookout for it.
Changes in noise are frequently indicative of the need to inspect certain parts of the vehicle.
If only minor changes to the sound are required, it should be relatively simple to correct. However, if the sound change is unusual and concerning, this could be an indication that your air cooler is experiencing a malfunction and should be replaced as soon as possible.
Poor or non-existent airflow is a problem.
You will notice that the airflow from your air cooler is extremely poor and that it is no longer what it was at the start of the process. As a result, you will be aware that the air cooler is no longer providing the airflow that it once did.
Even with the air cooler turned on and running, your home will remain comfortably warm.
You should consider getting a new air cooler for your home if the error continues to occur even after you have replaced the faulty parts with new ones.
The Air Cooler Has Been Around For a Long Time
Air evaporative coolers, like any other household appliance, has a useful life of only a few years at most. If you expect it to continue to function in the same manner seven years after you purchased it, you’ll be asking for a lot more.
Even the highest-quality air cooler will last for years, and when it becomes too worn out, there is nothing you can do to bring it back to life.
Maintaining your air cooler regularly can help to extend its life significantly, but this does not ensure that it will last indefinitely.
If your air cooler has served you well for many years but is now showing signs of wear (even after regular maintenance), it may be time to consider replacing it.
This product is no longer energy-efficient.
When your air cooler is left with significant deterioration, less cooling, and other issues, it is no longer considered to be energy effective. Damage not only results in increased electricity consumption, but it also results in you having to spend a significant amount of money on it.