How to Make a Mini Air Conditioner / HACK PC FAN

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Introduction: How to Make a Mini Air Conditioner / HACK PC FAN

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How to make a mini air conditioner, humidifier, air cleanser? It's very easy!

Step 1: In Today's Video I'll Show the Idea of How to Make a Mini Air Conditioner, Humidifier, Air Cleanser at Home.

It's summer outside, the sun is shining, and it's a terribly hot inside, and you want a bit of coolness? Mini air conditioner, humidifier and air cleanser have been invented for such occasion.

Step 2: They Will Save You From the Summer Heat and Grant You a Pleasant Wind.

You may buy air conditioner from the shop, but you can do it on your own at home. Agree, that it's far more interesting to make a mini air conditioner at home, than buy it from the shop.

Step 3: Moreover, You Can Be Sure of Its Harmlessness and Not to Worry About Health of Your Close Relatives.

You can feel calm, and know for sure that at your home there always be only good weather!

So how to make a mini air conditioner at home? Pleasant viewing!

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    I have a bit of a query.
    Is the air output strong enough to blow dust, for instance from a PC?
    I was wondering whether i could build a air duster using this design

    Seen many designs for this type of airconditioner, but this is the best. Love the idea of the computer fan and the adaptor. The box could be a bit bigger and a proper small exhaust fan would make the conditioner more effective. Could try it out with cooler or thermocole box to keep the ice from melting fast and prevent condensation on the outside.

    Due to this device putting cold moisture in the air (a mold generator), I would only recommend it for a dry climate, NOT anywhere else.

    looks great. here in FL an evaporator doesnt really work that well due to the humidity. Great job though.

    You should add rock salt over top of the ice.