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Evaporative Cooling During Pandemic Year

Evaporative Cooling During Pandemic Year

14 Aug 2020

2020 is a tough year for all human beings, this year the world experienced a pandemic, the likes of which have never been seen before by our generation. It meant rethinking our whole way of life and putting safety at the forefront of commercial industry.

One area Cool & Heat have had to consider is cooling and ventilation. Whilst air conditioning has been deemed safe and highly unlikely to spread the virus, the team decided to explore alternative technologies, particularly for ventilation.

The evaporative cooling system passes outside air over wetted pads to cool it, bringing the temperature to a comfortable level in many commercial and industrial buildings. The air is not recirculated and when outside temperature is low enough the system can be used to simply ventilate. With no chemical refrigerants and hugely reduced running costs, Evaporative cooling is a great alternative to traditional air conditioning or ventilation systems.

Reduced Emissions, Reduced Running Costs

Some of the benefits to using Evaporative cooling is the hugely reduced emissions and running costs.

In a UK/ continental climate CO2 emissions are reduced by up to 87% when using a evaporative cooling system compared to a standard refrigerated system. With many companies being targeted on sustainability and carbon footprint reduction the use of an evaporative cooling system could go a long way in helping to meet those targets.

In the same UK/ continental climate evaporative cooling customers can expect huge running cost reductions up to 84% less than if using a standard refrigerated system. This allows for higher profit margins and more money to be available for capital projects. Due to the current climate created by the Covid-19 pandemic, cost reductions are particularly welcome.

Evaporative cooling offers a great solution to your temporary climate control needs. Our range of coolers are available as both fixed, typically mounted to the roof of the building, and mobile solutions.

Rather than using a refrigerant based cooling circuit to reduce the temperature of the air, an evaporative cooler uses the transfer of latent heat (through evaporation) to cool the passing airstream. In doing so, the humidity of the air increases slightly and the effect is similar to that of a sea breeze. All you need to do is supply water (either direct feed or fill the tank) and turn on the unit.

To improve air quality, our coolers are also fitted with UV lamp technology to disinfect the water supply, and pre-filters and ionisation technology to reduce airbourne particles.

During this tough period, hot summer in North earth. Evaporative cooling system would like to help make a health way to cooling down our life.

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