Evaporative Cooler Hire

Our standalone portable evaporative cooling units work on the principle of natural evaporation with the use of water, creating a 'sea breeze' cooling effect. Can be used as a cost effective option in well ventilated areas where it may be impractical to use a portable air conditioner, in such instances when no open window, door or false ceiling is available to allow the exhaust hose to go through to expel the warm air! 

Suitable for use in areas up to 150m3 and ideal for use in offices, retail space, classrooms, small workshops, factories, temporary buildings and conference rooms.

Our hire packages

Compact Hire

Holds up to 10 litres of water and delivers a maximum air flow of 800m3/hr. Sufficiently cools areas up to 16m3 from a standard 230V power supply. Water tank needs to be manually filled once empty.

From £17.00 Per Week*

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Maxi Hire

Holds up to 20 litres of water and delivers a maximum air flow of 1,550m3/hr. Sufficiently cools areas up to 30m3 from a standard 230V power supply. Water tank needs to be manually filled once empty.

From £23.00 Per Week*

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Super Hire

Holds up to 30 litres of water and delivers a maximum air flow of 3,420m3/hr. Sufficiently cools areas up to 90m3 from a standard 230V power supply. Water tank needs to be manually filled once empty.

From £30.00 Per Week*

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Jumbo Hire

Holds up to 45 litres of water and delivers a maximum air flow of 8,500m3/hr. Sufficiently cools areas up to 150m3 from a standard 230V power supply. Water tank needs to be manually filled once empty.

From £47.00 Per Week*

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Please note:

*Based on a 16 week hire period excluding VAT. Prices are subject to change.

Evaporative coolers are not suitable for server rooms or rooms that keep sensitive electrical equipment. Evaporative coolers house a water tank that needs filling as they work on the principle of natural evaporation creating a ‘sea breeze’ cooling effect. Must be used in well ventilated areas as they add to the humidity of the room.

If you're unsure, please do give us a call for further advice.