Basic idea of adiabatic cooling is being exploited throughout history until now. Water as a natural cooling element is present in our lives even though we often do not realize how it works and what it does. It may be a passive cooler such as a river, pond, reservoir, channel or fountain. However, nowadays, it is more often cooling in its active role where it intentionally evaporates in hot air or warm environment in order to take away part of the thermal energy. Evaporation is the most natural way to bring down the temperature and in the same time it is the most environmentally friendly one. Direct humidification of fresh air is also the most effective way to produce high cooling output with minimum input costs....



Every one of us is using adiabatic cooling without realizing what it is we do.  What else could it be when our skin is trying to bring down the heat by sweating heavily. Humidity of sweat cools takes away part of the energy to regulate the heat. Thanks to large surface this cooling is highly effective and it takes just a moment to achieve necessary results. We do the same trick when exercising or doing sports. Who has not ever tried yet to wrap the wet towel around the neck or put on T-shirt soaked with water? It gets even better with even the slightest breeze. Adiabatic cooling is our first choice in extreme situations as well. First thing we do when our child’s temperature raises, we put on its forehead a wet cloth and if it gets even more serious, we wrap the whole body into wet blanket.

Very effective and ecological way to deal with excess heat energy.

Imagine you can produce 25 kW cooling power out of 1 kW electric power. What a proportion? Try to do that with your standard air conditioning. Such ratio gets your energy efficiency up to 4 to 10 times higher level depending off course on the input and real parameters of weather and conditions inside the object in the particular moment. In the same time evaporative cooling works with high speed and flow fans and transforms these results into great volume of air. The carbon trail of this system is basically zero. Large energy savings directly influence our environment. Try to think of all CO2 that was never produced because people prefer natural adiabatic cooling over freon based air conditioning. This is a win – win situation for the user as well as for the nature. Be smart, use fresh air, filter it and clean it, lower its temperature by 10 to 12 °C and save investment costs and operation expanses only to be even more environmentally friendly. This should be an easy choice for everyone.

Adiabatic cooling does not have energy peaks. It does not stress your infrastructure or overloads your energy supply line. It acts steadily and predictably. To plan capacities for system of evaporation it an easy task to do. There is absolutely no need to contract extra electric capacities or to get out of your limits on the spending side. These are all extra costs and finances you will not need to spend with adiabatic cooling. Do not change your energy supply strategy to keep excess electric usage covered in the summer. Stay away from energy system collapses due to overload. Evaporative cooling enables you to stay around your casual electric usage.

The nature will be thankful once again once we decide to do regular base maintenance. Study what does it mean to empty cooling medium from air conditioning and how to dispose it and destroy it. Even if your service man gets it all right and no leaks or spills occur, still it is a massive hit for the environment. This is something one must do regularly. The savings you will make when you avoid standard AC will multiply. How many times in life you have to make an easy choice? Energy saving technology, lower investment and operation costs, high efficiency and still natural and environmentally friendly. Spare our planet of yet another air conditioner. Make an easy choice. One may only wish to have more of such an easy choice to make.

Big quantity of fresh and clean air with its temperature reduced by 10 °C using less energy and costs is the best way to cool large volume buildings where standard air conditioning should not be even considered as an alternative.