Symphony Sumo 75 XL Powerful Desert Air Cooler 75-litres

  • Large 115 L tank capacity
  • For rooms up to 37 m²
  • i-Pure technology
  • High efficiency honeycomb pad
  • Consumes 185 watts* only
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Description

  • For rooms up to 37 m²
  • Easy fill
  • Large 115 L tank capacity
  • Consumes 185 watts* only
  • High efficiency honeycomb cooling pads
  • i-Pure technology
  • Multi directional wheels for mobility
  • Cool flow dispenser
  • Full function remote with on/off timer
  • SMPS technology

Specifications

  • Climate
    Moderate Heat or Humid, Hot and Dry
  • i-Pure technology
    Yes
  • No. of Castor Wheels
    4
  • Empty Tank Alarm
    No
  • Remote Control
    -
  • Blower / Fan (Engineering Plastic)
    Fan
  • Tank Capacity (up to brim in Litres)
    75
  • Cool Flow Dispenser
    Yes
  • Tank Capacity
    46 L to 115 L
  • Wattage 250V / 50HZ
    185
  • Cooling Media
    Honeycomb
  • Product Weight (incl. pack) (Gms)
    17300
  • Product Weight (Kgs)
    13.4
  • Auto Louver Movement
    Yes
  • Cooling Area (in m²)
    37
  • Castor Wheels
    Yes
  • Length (mm)
    707
  • Height (mm)
    1073
  • Breadth (mm)
    480

Owner's Manual

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FAQ

An evaporative air cooler works by introducing moisture into the air and lowering its temperature. The air cooler takes in dry air, moistens it with water vapour, and releases cooled air into the room. This form of cooling is cheaper and more energy-efficient than traditional refrigeration techniques.
Air cooling is the most energy-efficient cooling technology available. Operating costs for an air cooler are 1/10th of a traditional air conditioner. A 2.2-ton split air conditioning unit can consume 2200 watts an hour. A Symphony air cooler consumes nearly the same amount of energy as a standard ceiling fan. Symphony air cooling units require energy in the range of 105 watts/hr to 255 watts/hr.

Although the energy consumption of a ceiling fan and air cooler is similar, the cooling effect is considerably different. Air coolers can cover a larger area, actually cool the air, and work noiselessly.

Symphony air coolers use innovative Honeycomb and Aspen cooling pads. Honeycomb pads have a unique lattice structure that resembles a honeycomb. This medium provides a superior cooling effect due to the increased surface area for transfer of humidity in passing air. Aspen cooling pads are made from shredded aspen wood fibers that are held together in a pad structure. Aspen is a completely natural material that provides 75% cooling efficiency.

Both Aspen and Honeycomb cooling pads are completely natural and highly cost-effective.

Symphony coolers come with i-Pure, a multistage filtration system that cleans a spectrum of airborne pollutants and harmful micro-organisms. The cool air passes through several filters before it is released into the room. These filters can cleanse the air and water to provide a healthier indoor environment. Dust, microscopic pollution particles, bacteria, odors, and allergens are all filtered by this innovative system.
Yes. All Symphony air coolers work on inverters. Ensure that your inverter is appropriately rated for a sine wave. Sine wave is the standard type of electricity supplied by all utility companies. All air coolers and most inverters are designed to work on this standard.

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