TurboKOOL will cool the incoming air by 20 to 30 degrees. This rust-resistant feature-packed unit fits all standard 14" x 14" RV roof vent openings. Individually adjustable louvres distribute the cool air where you direct it. The TurboKOOL's three-speed, exceptionally quiet, air cooled reversible motor allows the TurboKOOL unit to also be used as an exhaust fan. This unit delivers up to 750 CFM of cool, clean air while only drawing 4.6 amps. For longer life, the motor is cooled by dry air. Spraying water over the entire surface of the filter ensures maximum COOLING and FILTERING efficiency. The built-in, easy-to-clean reservoir can be filled automatically from your pressurized RV system, can be hand-filled from inside the vehicle, connected to a garden hose, or drawn from a stand-alone pressurized 3-gallon water supply tank, which is available from your local dealer or Bachman Enterprises, Inc. There is a 12 month manufacturer's warranty on all TurboKOOL parts. The unit performs best in a dry climate and is not recommended where the average relative humidity exceeds 75%.
Hot, dirty air becomes clean, cool air as the spin spray action washes out dust, and impurities.
The bearings and motor are never exposed to moist air, and the TurboKOOL unit is maintenance free.
For longer life, the motor is cooled by dry air.
The non-organic industrial foam filter provides cooling and filtration without bacterial growth.
TurboKOOL can be adapted to nearly all Pickup Campers, Travel Trailers, or Motorhomes.
Turbo Kool is a near-perfect dry-climate cooler Last year I was looking for a way to cool the air in our camper and didn't want an air conditioner, as they use a lot of energy and require a generator. Sales people were largely uninformed as to options, then I happened on the Turbo Kool product. It is a small evaporative cooler that uses only a few amps of 12 volt power and really does the job. At least in the dry West, where the humidity is low. The installation was quick and easy, and we added their solar panel. Since then, we've been able to go camping anywhere, being self-contained, and stay comfortable on the hottest days. Especially nice not to need a noisy generator! A friend put one on both his cab-over camper and enclosed horse trailer....more info