What is adiabatic cooling
Wondering why it's colder by a river, sea or other water surface? This is because part of the heat is absorbed from the hot air passing above the water surface and it is absorbed by the evaporated water. Adiabatic cooling also works on this principle. The potential performance of these devices is sufficient to significantly cool most spaces, such as production facilities, workshops or social halls. The temperature difference that can be achieved by adiabatic cooling is more natural for the human body and therefore more comfortable than extreme cooling when using air conditioning.
The cooling unit is designed to sufficiently cool and humidify the air in the room by means of evaporation, which absorbs heat. The circulation pump keeps the filters permanently soaked in cold water. The warm air passes through a damp wall, while part of the water evaporates naturally. The air is thus cooled by the transfer of heat. That is why we speak of adiabatic cooling or evaporation, the conversion of a liquid state into a gaseous state, in our case water into steam.
Adiabatic cooling system installation
Simple constructions and brackets are used during assembly. Their selection and design depends on the static capabilities of the building. It is also crucial where the cold really needs to be directed. The task of design and implementation should be to choose the shortest possible route, between the cooling evaporator unit and the cooled area.