Running Evaporative Cooler and AC Window Unit Simultaneously
We’re getting afternoons above 105 here in central AZ, and the window AC that keeps the small living area in my temporary house tolerable most of the time isn’t quite keeping up. I have a portable evaporative cooler big enough for my space with less extreme outdoor heat, but it isn’t enough by itself now either. An input of dry air is recommended to prevent the evaporative cooler from eventually making the interior air too humid, but would it work to use the AC’s drying effect instead and get the cooling benefit of both at the same time?
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