Asked by: Kimberely Melhoradoasked in category: General Last Updated: 29th March, 2020
How do you change a swamp cooler pad?
- Step 1 - Locate Pads or Position. You will first need to open up your swamp cooler.
- Step 2 - Install Pads. If you have old pads in there then you can unscrew the mesh screen and take the pads out and wipe out the inside and then replace with new pads.
- Step 3 - Check the Pads and Clean.
Keeping this in consideration, how often should you change pads in a swamp cooler?
Some common brands of cooling pads are the Aspen and Cellulose. If you have Aspen cooling pads, you should change them at the beginning of each season or sooner, depending on the mineral deposits built up on the pad. Cellulose, or CelDek, pads last longer and require changing every 3 to 5 years.
Likewise, what swamp cooler pads work best? Aspen Swamp Cooler Pads Aspen pads will give you the best cooling capacity for standard coolers. They come in two sizes 1 inch and 2 inch. The thicker the pad the more water it can absorb. Aspen pads are made of aspen fibers woven together.
Then, how do I change a Mastercool pad?
How to Replace Mastercool Pads
- Shut off the evaporative cooler and unplug it.
- Remove the frame or frames that hold the pads.
- Remove the retaining rods or clips and pull out the old pads.
- Take the new pads out of the boxes, making sure that you note the top from the bottom.
- Install the new pads in the frames.
How do you remove calcium from a swamp cooler?
Empty the drain pan. Combine three cups of white distilled vinegar with water in a bucket, and dip a wire brush into the mixture to scrub the louvers (venting) and drain pan. Scrub the fan blades, outside unit, water float and around the pump, if needed, removing excess calcium with the brush.