09:28AM | 09/10/02
Member Since: 09/09/02
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Twenty years ago I found a wonderfull innovation in swamp cooling at the county fair. A six sided swamp cooler with cement impregnated panels. No really, the panels were a course fiber, coated inside and out with cement. They work great! This cooler keeps my home cooler that any of the other swamp cooled homes in my neighborhood. The problem is, I can't find a supplier of the panels since the local store closed. I'm pretty sure the company who manufactured my swamp cooler went by the name Health-Aire, but the company I found on the internet by this name does not appear to be involved with cement paneled swamp coolers. Have you ever heard of this product? Can you help me find the company?
San Bernardino, California 92410


03:19PM | 09/11/06
Member Since: 09/10/06
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We purchased a unit you describe in 1991 from the dealer that sold us our mobile home. We contacted Health Aire Corp. at that time and they only sold thru dealers. I do have two phone numbers in the 714 area code---862-0281 and 849-9876 but haven't called them lately. We had service on ours 3 or 4 years ago and just called a normal service company for swamp coolers.



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