Rest assured, we want this to be right for you!

First & foremost, is your proposed application in a region which has medium to high humidity &/or rainfall, especially in the hotter months of the year? 

If the answer is YES, then at this stage we are good to go. If you are not sure, then taking a look at the                                       should help. 

If the answer is NO, then unless you have an alternative supply of pure, clean, *chemical free water, like a clean water river or stream, then unfortunately The Mizzler is likely not for you. 

Okay, now you are ribbiting...The Mizzler fits for you! Just a few more questions to further check the viability of your application:

Q: Is your AC located under a cover/shelter that would totally prevent rain from falling onto/into the condenser? 

If YES, then unfortunately The Mizzler is probably not right for your application, as the technology will need to recover some level of precipitation in order help to replenish water lost to evaporation in the mizzling process. 

Q: Can the condensate line from your air conditioners evaporator/s be redirected to discharge into the recycling pan of The Mizzler system? 

If YES, perfect! However, don't worry this is not an essential requirement, although The Mizzler does produce increased energy savings when the condensate water can be utilized in the process. 

Q: Are the condenser coil fins on your air conditioner in good condition? 

If YES, again perfect. 

If NO, although this is not an essential requirement, it should be noted that while The Mizzler will no doubt improve the cooling capacity of your system, it is not likely you would achieve anywhere near the projected energy savings in comparison to a system that is in good working condition. 

Finally, The Mizzler consists of three main connected components: 

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Collection tank 
& control center

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Photovoltaic solar
panel 

Collection Tank - this component sits on the ground (or can
be wall mounted                                           ). It must be situated within 6ft of the recycling pan. Based on the measurements provided, are you satisfied that there is enough space for the
tank installation? 

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Recycling pan
Vertical air discharge

Solar Panel - this component can be installed anywhere it can see the sun for the majority of the day. It is supplied with a 12ft connecting cable, but this can be extended by the
installer as required. 

Recycling pan
Horizontal air discharge

Recyling Pan - this component sits under the outdoor condenser unit. Based on the measurements provided, are you satisfied that there is enough space for the pan to extend out slightly from under the condenser unit? 

World Climate Zones

Tropical/Subtropical climates - are in most cases a good fit for the Mizzler technology, as they generally have medium to high humidity and/or rainfall, along with the high usage of air conditioning equipment. 

Moderate climates - in some regions can have long periods of medium to high humidity, and air conditioning usage usually follows this trend. In addition, many of these territories will also have medium to high rainfall, however, there are also many regions in these areas that have plenty of rainfall, but very little to no air conditioning requirement.  

Dry Climates - in most cases have a high level of air conditioning usage; however, this is generally partnered with medium to low humidity and low rainfall. 

Cold climates - has very little to zero air conditioning usage, and as such they would generally be a poor fit for the Mizzler Technology.