ADIABATIC COOLING (EVAPORATIVE AIR COOLING)
Compared with traditional conditioning systems, EUCOLD takes advantage on a natural principle of thermodynamics called “adiabatic process”. The application of this principle makes possible the cooling of the air by a natural process: the base of this system is the natural phenomenon of water evaporation that, combined with an easy ventilating device, permits to cool the air that is conveyed inside the environment to be cooled. Here is a simple example to explain this phenomenon: what happens if we get out the sea water? When we are wet, we feel better even if it’s hot and if there is a little wind, we feel even cool. This is because the water that is on our body evaporates leaving the warm out, regardless of the temperature of water.
This explains also why adiabatic cooling units, despite to traditional conditioning units, do not need a connection to a refrigerating unit to have chilled water. Adiabatic unit require just tap water at room temperature, with consequent electricity energy savings.