Evaporative cooling systems are designed with energy efficiency in mind, typically consuming only 20% of the energy used by traditional air conditioning systems.

The Problem

To improve the air quality of a work space area on a hot summer’s day, it is necessary to have a large number of air changes, preferably with filtered cooled air. In the case of large factories and warehouses, installation and running costs often prohibit the option of traditional air conditioning systems. Moreover, the frequent opening of doors due to routine activity have a detrimental effect on the efficiency of an air conditioning system.

The Solution

Install an evaporative cooling system that cools the air using a natural principle and is on average UP TO 75% cheaper to install than air conditioning. As the air passes through wetted pads, it loses part of its heat due to the evaporation of the water and thus the air temperature is reduced as shown in the chart above. The absence of refrigerants, associated with an air conditioning plant, produces a system with minimal energy requirements and many air changes for a very low cost.