Diy Air Conditioner

There is no denying the fact air conditioners irrespective of its kind are costly. Besides, there are may be many such places where it can get difficult to install air conditioners. In such cases, if there would have been an option of DIY air conditioner it would simply be great. There is no reason to feel disappointed because there are some ideas of DIY air conditioners. The best thing about DIY air conditioners is that you can beat the budget and feel comfortable at the same time. Similarly, with the help of DIY air conditioners you are also saved from paying hefty electricity bills every month.

If you are planning to make a solar powered air conditioner you can do it within five minutes and the materials that you would require is inexpensive. In fact, it can be done using just a bucket and a fan. The first step involved in such a DIY air conditioner is to make ventilation holes in the bucket with the help of a hole. After the holes have been cut in the bucket, the next step is to cut slightly smaller holes into the Styrofoam lining. As a next step, PVC pipes are fitted into these holes and also a hole is cut onto the top of the bucket so that the fan can be positioned there.

The bucket contains freezing water which in turn helps the water flowing out the contraption reach below a certain temperature. The result is that this particular arrangement gives five hours of cool air just with the use of a 15 watt solar panel to power the fan.

Thus to sum this process of DIY air conditioner the supplies that you would be needing to accomplish the task properly include:

• A table fan
• A bucket
• A bucket lid
• PVC pipes
• Mint spray paint (optional)
• Gold spray paint (optional)
• Styrofoam bucket liner
• Around 1 to 1.5 inch hole saw for drill
• Frozen gallon water

The minimal tools required for the job are:

• Drill
• Drop cloth
• Box cutter

Besides this method there are other processes as well to set up your DIY air conditioner. You just have to make sure that before you start off with the project, you have all the supplies ready. Here it must be noted that an advantage of DIY air conditioners besides being cheap is that they are portable and can easily be carried from one place to the other.

Last but not the least, in addition to a DIY air conditioner there are some alternatives that you can try out to beat the heat if you do not have an air conditioner. For example, you can keep a bowl of ice cubes in front of a table fan. You will feel cooler as the ice slowly melts.

You can cool your drapes so that when the air passes through the cool drapes you will experience the cold air coming inside your room. One simple method is to keep all your windows closed when the sun is up and open them only after the temperature outside has cooled down.

 

 

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