Smart Mist Cooler
- Removes 99.7% harmful bacteria
- Improves circulation
- Releases ultra-fine mist particles
- Removes offensive odour
- Capture virus up to 0.3µm
- Inhibit 17 kinds of allergens
- Detects haze
Intelligently built with multiple allergy-busting air filters, an antibacterial enzyme function, and a HEPA filter; the smart technology eliminates harmful particles to ensure purer, safer air that safeguards the health of your family & friends.
Doubling up as a humidifier, the KDK Smart Mist Cooler releases mist particles a 1,000 times finer than that of an average humidifier. Take pleasure in enhanced coolness when paired with an air-conditioner and enjoy better air circulation in your home. KDK Mist Cooler elevates humidity while reducing your sensitivity to allergens, improving overall indoor comfort for your family.
KDK's Smart Mist Coolers are perfect for Offices, Medical Facilities, Schools, Nurseries and even Pet shops. You and your loved ones deserve cleaner, clearer and healthier air.
530mm(W) x 410mm(D) x 800mm(H)
KDK Smart Cooler Specifications
KDK Mist Cooling Technology
KDK Mist Cooling Technology improves air circulation and lowers room temperature. It uses the water particles to effectively reduce unpleasant odours. A mist generator (patent pending) delivers ultra-fine mist particles that can be felt but not seen. HEPA filter can capture 99.97% of 0.3µm particles*. The HEPA composite filter can inhibit 17 kinds of virus, bacteria and allergen up to 99%. KDK Smart Cooler can detect haze with PM2.5 fine particles and auto runs on a powerful "Hi" mode to effectively filter out the harmful airborne particles.
*Removal performance of filter only.
Mist Cooler V.S. Evaporative Cooler
A Smart Cooler adopts unique KDK mist technology to efficiently lower room temperature. The mist produced will absorb warm air while humidifying filters provides an area for further evaporation. The Smart Cooler's Dual Cooling System improves efficiency, thus differing greatly from typical evaporative air coolers.
A typical evaporative cooler cools the air by evaporating water. This result is a mixture of air and water molecules. It uses a fan to draw air through a wetted media, which provides a larger surface area for the evaporation of water into the air.