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Cool-N-Save - $ 99.95 Cool-N-Save can instantly save you up to 30% on your Air Conditioning costs! Cool-n-Save is an amazing new, patented product, that is actually based on the same scientific Principles that large corporations have used to save themselves money for years.
A good many of you are sweltering in the heat all over the United States right now, but what if spending just $99 could save you 30% on your cooling costs? I am an affiliate for this product, but I am also a customer, and I plan to buy the Cool-N-Save product this week as well as tell all my friends about it. Why? We spent tons of money on our heating and cooling units, so why not spend a small amount to make them last longer? Here's how it works...
Installed in less than five minutes with no tools required, the
Cool-N-Save system affixes to the top of most home air conditioning
units. The system is activated only when the AC unit turns on; hot air
from the condenser unit’s fan raises the flap on the patented
Cool-n-Save control valve allowing water to flow to the misters that
surround the AC unit. When the ultra-fine mist is released into the
air, it evaporates almost instantly creating what is known as a “Flash
Evaporation,” which literally sucks heat out of the air as water
absorbs the energy it needs to evaporate. The result of the immediate
evaporation constitutes a substantial drop in ambient temperature
without wetness—up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
Air conditioner units, in times of extreme heat, are unable to release their stored heat into the air, and it makes the unit work harder to dispel that heat.
Flash evaporation from the Cool-N-Save
system, lowers the temperature much like on larger high-rise buildings or amusement parks, through a fine mist. You run a very small water tubing to the unit from a faucet (which also includes a filter) and as I said before, it only uses water when the unit is running. I think this is an ingenious idea and I can't wait to see my energy bills go down!
I'm a little slow when it comes to getting my pictures scanned and shared. In this case, about 38 years "slow". We were married in September of 1970 and in December of that year I flew to Germany to be with Jim while we were stationed at Sembach Air Force Base, not too far from Kaiserslautern. (This may or may not be the castle that inspired Mary Shelly to write her famous story of Frankenstein's monster; Frankenstein Castle Ruin - Rhineland).
On weekends, when the guys didn't have duty, we would explore around the countryside and try to become a little more familiar with our temporary home. A map's a map, even in German, and we had one well in hand as we set out for Frankenstein Castle. I truly didn't know what to expect, and so we set out with a picnic lunch, cameras and the spirit of adventure.
The town of Frankenstein wasn't all that big, and it was a little bit of a climb to get up to the ruins. The churchyard was amazing to us, with headstone dates from the 1400's!
Frankenstein Castle ruins Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (c) Carol Yates Wilkerson