Evaporative Cooling System.
The AIRCOOLING adiabatic evaporative cooling system allows large rooms to be cooled and ventilated during the warmest months of the year, decreasing the indoor temperature compared to the outside, and providing for the air exchange needed to improve the micro-climate within the environment.
The use of a traditional air conditioning system within a large environment entails high installation costs and considerable energy consumption. One excellent solution to this problem is the Aircooling system. This system uses evaporative coolers to cool the air according to a natural principle:
the air passes through special wet filters and releases a portion of its heat through the evaporation process, thus decreasing its temperature. The absence of cooling machines minimises energy consumption, and allows for larger volumes of air to be treated at a high air exchange rate.
The electrical control panel is available upon request for managing speed adjustments.
There are two available options:
- ACR for rooftop installation.
- ACW for wall or window installation.