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    Alyssa Baz

    No, evaporative coolers and cooling towers aren't the same, though both use evaporation. Evaporative coolers are self-contained units that are typically connected to duct work and have a pump that spreads water over cedar fiber panels and have a large fan that circulates air over the saturated panels through the ducts to registers into conditioned space. Cooling towers are part of the building shape/design and use principles of convection to have the cool air drop and push the hot air away. 

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