Evaporative air conditioning has widespread cooling applications to deliver an efficient HVAC solution for large open spaces. Evaporative air cooling provides the most energy efficient temperature relief for commercial or industrial environments of any scale. Up to 80% more economical than conventional air conditioning systems.

How it works

Evaporative air conditioning uses evaporation to cool the air. A pump circulates water from the reservoir on to a cooling panel. A fan draws fresh air from outside through the damp panel cooling the air via evaporation.

Unlike air conditioning that uses contained re-circulated air, the evaporation systems circulate fresh air through a building, venting out stale hot air. The cool fresh air from outside is then directed around the building, meaning doors and windows can be left open.

Benefits of evaporative cooling

  • Evaporative coolers are very energy efficient, up to 80% more economical than standard air conditioning systems

  • Delivers fresh cool air

  • Low investment levels

  • Evaporative coolers have a lower service and maintenance requirements

  • Allows for the opening of windows and doors to improve the work area

Applications

The applications are mainly commercial and industrial these environment are typically where regular change of air is needed, such as:

  • Commercial

  • Industrial

  • Manufacturing

  • Warehouse

  • Distribution

  • Storage

  • Plant Propagation

  • Greenhouses

  • Food and Beverage Manufacturing

  • Leisure and Sporting Centres