Working Principle

What Is Evaporative Air Cooler?

Nature's most efficient means of cooling is through the evaporation of water.

A simple example is the cooling you feel when stepping out of a swimming pool- the water evaporates quickly from your body, taking heat with it.

Our coolers work on the simple principle of 'heat absorption' by moisture/water evaporation. The evaporative cooler draws exterior air into special cooling pads soaked with water where the air is cooled by evaporation and then circulated into the space to be cooled.

Evaporative cooling works on the principle of heat absorption by moisture evaporation. It also happens on human skin, the body sweat to cool temperature down.

Traditional Air Conditioner and Evaporative Air Cooler: A Side-by-Side Comparison

Evaporative Air Cooler Air Conditioner
  • Energy-efficient and Natural method of cooling.
  • Doors and windows can stay open.
  • Operates with 100% filtered, fresh air.
  • Adds moisture to the air in the working environment.
  • As temperature rises, energy consumption remains constant, efficiency increases.
  • The most efficient and economical way in the world for cooling.
  • Installation cost lower, with minimal seasonal maintence.
  • Uses CFC' s or refrigerant gasses.
  • Work well in a closed environment.
  • Recirculates the internal stale air.
  • Dehydrates the atmosphere within the working environment.
  • Be able to guarantee a fixed temperature.
  • Costs much higher running costs for cooling.
  • Installation costs higher in ducted refrigeration, usually requires regular cleaning of filters to maintain efficiency.

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