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Evaporative Cooling is the low cost, natural way of delivering refreshing cool air to lower internal temperatures in larger rooms and factories/storage areas etc.
Evaporative cooling is a cost effective alternative to air conditioning, and can easily be retrofitted to existing fresh air inlet systems where ventilation alone cannot meet the cooling requirements of the building.
How Does Evaporative Cooling Work?
Evaporative coolers use the established principle of adiabatic or evaporative cooling to reduce the temperature of the incoming air by up to 10oC in warmer weather. Fresh outside air is drawn into the unit across wetted pads located on each of the four sides. The air is cooled as it gives up the heat required to evaporate the water. Passing the air over the wetted pads also filters the incoming air and prevents the entry of insects and airborne contaminants.
The cooled air is then distributed using a system of multi-way heads to ensure an even air distribution or can be ducted through ceiling voids and distributed using ceiling diffusers.
Extract ventilation is also important to ensure an efficient balanced ventilation system. Natural Ventilation or Powered (fan assisted) Ventilation can be used dependant upon the application.
Features & Benefits
Cooling at a fraction of the cost of air conditioning.
Up to 10 degrees more cooling than with ventilation alone.
Running costs around 75% less than refrigerant based systems
Permanent 100% filtered fresh air. Healthy by design.
Low interest finance from The Carbon Trust for qualifying companies.
Can be easily retrofitted to existing Roof or Wall Inflow Units.
Naturally low water operating temperatures ensure that the Ensol Evaporative Cooling systems are safe by design.
Environmentally friendly – requires only water and a 240 volt power supply. No refrigerants are used.
5-Speed control and fault diagnosis built-in.
A fly screen is fitted as standard to the external surface of the filter media.
Fully compliant with Government Approved Code of Practice and Guidance (L8 “Legionaires’ Disease: The control of legionella bacteria in water systems”