Evaporative cool, also called adiabatic, uses the principle of Water evaporating to cool down the air to a pleasant temperature.
It is a cooling-ventilation technique that uses Water as its refrigerant.
Water evaporates in the air stream during the evaporative cooler and becomes a gas. This is called energy. Heat is used to extract energy from the air. This process cools the air.
This evaporative Cooling process may be applied in many different ways.
- Adiabatic Direct Cooling
- Indirect/direct Aerobic Cooling
- Indirect adiabatic cooling
To get an overview of all the options, visit our page about two-stage evaporative Cooling.
How Does Evaporative Cooling Work?
A cool evaporative system is one in which hot outside air flows through moist cooling pads via a motor-driven fan. A water pump supplies Water to the cooling plates, which keeps them moistened. The cool air is then blown into your building. The cooling power of the evaporative material can help cool down the outgoing atmosphere to between 60 and 90% of the wet bulb. The outgoing temperature is 10 to 15°C, but the humidity remains high. Direct evaporative coolers are not recommended for cooling indoor environments.
Why Is Evaporative Cooling Important?
Evaporative Cooling via an indirect/direct system is very sustainable and efficient. It creates a productive environment in offices, production facilities, and distribution centers. Indirect/direct cooling systems can use 10% less energy to cool than traditional mechanical cooling systems, but they deliver more or fewer equal temperatures. Evaporative Cooling also does not recycle warm, polluted indoor air. It ventilates fresh, filtered, clean, and cooled, unlike traditional mechanical Cooling. Evaporative Cooling significantly improves indoor air quality.
What’s The Benefit Of Evaporative Chilling?
Evaporative cool has been a popular choice for air conditioning in the USA. We were pioneers in introducing evaporative cooler technology to the market. The method has enjoyed steady growth as we have improved the system for our temperate northern European climate.
Evaporative coolers have an advantage in that they are much more cost effective than traditional air conditioning systems. If you have an evaporative Cooling plan that’s well designed and tailored to your circumstances, you can save as much as 80% on the energy cost of traditional air conditioning cooling.
Evaporative Cooling is most effective when there is little air movement outside the room where it is used. This provides 100% fresh indoor air and helps to reduce the risk of poor indoor quality and air pollution. The UV filtering systems ensure no outside contamination or bacterial growth.
Allows For Windows and Doors to Be Opened
Evaporative Cooling does not require constant airflow like traditional Cooling systems. This means you’ll always have cleaner, fresher air in your facilities.
Lower Initial and Ongoing Prices
Evaporative Cooling can be cost-effective, with savings of up to 80 percent per year in operating costs. The units are cheaper than traditional cooling systems and can be installed in a much smaller space. Additionally, they are easier to maintain and repair due to their simplicity.
An average evaporative coolant costs around 50% less than a traditional cooler. These numbers sound incredible, but you must ensure your supplier has considered your unique environmental conditions and that you are aware of potential operational hazards and efficiency. Evaporative cool can provide a fantastic opportunity to improve work conditions, reduce energy costs and save money. However, there might be a better solution for you. This is why you must choose your supplier carefully.