Air cooling in production and sports halls

Adiabatic air cooling is an economical and at the same time efficient cooling, otherwise known as evaporation. It works on the principle of water evaporation, which cools the air to a comfortable temperature. ADRIAN AIR EV products are designed for cooling large production areas. Mobile units are designed for cooling smaller spaces, in addition to smaller production halls and workshops, also for cooling social and cultural spaces or sports premises.

Cool the air to a comfortable temperature


From the beginning of civilization, evaporation - evaporative cooling has been used to cool the environment. At that time, there were no electric fans and air conditioners, so the natural part of the buildings were the elements ensuring water evaporation and air cooling. Evaporative cooling using wet rags in combination with a wind tower (wind trap) was a traditional feature of Iranian architecture.



How does evaporative cooling work?


The water evaporates in a stream of air, converting from a liquid to a gas. This change requires energy to be extracted from the warm air. The result of this process is air cooling.



Possibilities of evaporative cooling


Whether you need to cool a large space such as a production hall, workshop, warehouse, gazebo, tent or animal and plant production for rental, and you may not be able to supply fresh air from the outside through the side wall or ceiling, you can take advantage of high-efficiency natural cooling and minimal cost as well. Adrian Group offers solutions, such as mobile cooling units suitable for restaurants, bars and terraces. Open areas such as podiums and squares are no exception.


Water sterilization of the cooling unit


ADRIAN-AIR adiabatic cooling units are equipped with water treatment sterilizers that use UV-C light. UV-C disinfection is a reliable and fast method of water disinfection without the use of temperature and chemicals. The sterilizer very effectively removes cataracts caused by bacteria and destroys germs in the water, thus preventing the occurrence of diseases. Only thanks to the physical action of ultraviolet light can we avoid the need to burden water with chemistry. The big advantage is that UV-C sterilization does not change the chemical composition of the water.