Evaporative cooler parts
An evaporative cooler is also known as a swamp cooler. Water is held in a tray at the bottom of the device and pumped up to the distributor. It then trickles down across the cooler media pad to create an evaporative effect. A fan motor then turns a turbine that blows across and through the media pad to send cool air out. If your coolers efficiency drops or stops working altogether, you may need to replace a specific part.