Wednesday, October 21, 2009

KuulAire Offers Cooler Options

On occasion, there are circumstances when traditional products or equipment are simply not practical. Thinking outside the box can oftentimes lower overall costs and provide sensible solutions for spaces around the home, office or facility that may seem impossible to perfect.

Air conditioning or cooling, for example, may seem like a no-brainer, as many of us have central air in our homes or buildings. However, the installation plus energy costs of traditional A/C can quickly add up. Central air and ample cooling are also sometimes not available for certain indoor spaces. From indoor construction projects to offices with older A/C units to third-floor bedrooms that never seem cool enough in warmer seasons, many people find themselves looking for ways to “cool it.”

Then, too, there are many outdoor areas that cannot be enjoyed or maximized all year given hot temperatures and bright sunshine. Rooftop decks are a trendy new outdoor room for many homeowners. But, hot weather and sun exposure can cause them to remain indoors, missing out on the full benefits of their rooftop spaces. Patios, decks, and backyards from coast to coast serve as backdrops for entertaining and family fun. Yet, when things heat up, people tend to head inside to find cool air.

Port-a-Cool, a company that offers popular, state-of-the-art air conditioning units for commercial businesses, has recently introduced a product line for consumers, called KuulAire. The company’s five consumer-suited cooling systems are sleek, clean and streamlined to solve problems for unique areas such as outdoor rooms, personal storage facilities, garages, offices, and any other areas where central air simply does not quite make sense or do the job.

Our favorite is the KuulAire KA50 portable, evaporative swamp cooler because it is easy to operate, easy to clean, and easy to maintain, while providing cool, fresh and filtered air. The strength of the cooling is fully adjustable with three fan speed settings, a cooling capacity of up to 350 square feet, and automatic swing louvers.

For convenience of operation, a remote control and timer are included with the KA50 cooler. These permit ease-of-use and more efficient energy consumption. And, how does it look? Well, the unit design is also attractive, compact, portable, and includes a one-year limited warranty.

The other four cooling units also have their own perfect fits for the home and office, including the following:

KuulAire KA40: Perfect for small spaces at only 27 inches by 15.4 inches by 14.6 inches, and 22 lbs.
  • 3 Speed Settings
  • Automatic Swing Louvers
  • Time and Remote Control
  • 2.5 Gallon Water
  • Capacity Cooling Capacity of 150 Square Feet
KuulAire KA70: With a sleek design, this unit is perfect for office or home.
  • 3 Speed Settings
  • Automatic Swing Louvers
  • 4 Gallon Water Capacity
  • Low Water Censor
  • Cooling Capacity of 150 Square Feet
KuulAire KA12: This unity is energy efficient while cooling the indoors or out for as far-reaching as 500 square feet, making it a unique solution for outdoor rooms and spaces.
  • Touch panel controls and 2 speed settings
  • Automatic Swing Louvers
  • Timer and Remote Control
  • 8 Gallon Water Capacity
  • Low-Water Censor
  • Safety Lock Feature
KuulAire KA15: The largest available unit in this series, this cooler is powerful, all-natural, and works for indoor or outdoor use.
  • Touch panel controls
  • 2 Speed Settings
  • Automatic Swing Louvers
  • Time and Remote Control
  • 12 Gallon Water Capacity
  • Safety Lock Feature
  • Cooling Capacity of 750 Square Feet
The company’s site offers a good overview for learning more of the product benefits and viewing photos: http://www.port-a-cool.com and http://www.kuulaire.com. These products would make for good inclusions to the “Innovative Products” and “Accessories / Products” sections of magazines geared for the Casual Furniture & Accessories market, the Hospitality market, Construction / Builder market, and others. If you are an editor and would like high-resolution photos, just let us know.

~Leslie

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