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How Do Coolers Work & Why Do They Stay Cold?

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    If you want to know about Coolers Work you can follow the step given below:
    Coolers simply work by combining ice and insulation. In addition to the outer case of a cooler that everyone can see, coolers have insulations that are made from plastic or foam. This insulation brings about a reduction in the rate at which hot air circulates. As insulation helps in reducing the rate at which hot air circulates, ice helps inside the cooler stay cool. The process through which insulation brings about a slowdown of hot air is called convection.

    While convection plays a major role in keeping a cooler warm, it is not the only factor that helps with a cooler’s temperature. For a cooler to stay cool, insulation prevents conduction from happening. Conduction involves the loss of temperature by an object. When this happens, other objects around are affected.

    Although convection helps your cooler keep its temperature, the presence of ice in the cooler keeps the temperature cold. For this to work, however, the cover of the cooler has to be closed. Each time you open the cooler’s cover, warm air is able to find its way into the cooler. When this is done, the temperature in the cooler goes up at a faster rate than it would if the cover stays closed.

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