Indirect adiabatic cooling

Indirect adiabatic cooling

Immediately when the outside temperature rises and reaches a higher temperature of that to the inside temperature, the heat exchanger can act as a cooling source. Certainly, if the air returned (the extracted air) can drop by several degrees in temperature due to atomization.

If the extracted air conditions are plus minus 22 o C at 52% RH., the extracted air by the adiabatic cooling (atomization ) has to only decrease by 6 degrees to obtain a good room temperature. On a dry hot day, the drop can increase even further. This cooled air then cools down the heat exchanger, causing it to act as a cooler on the supplied airflow.

Due to this atomization, the air can be cooled by a few degrees with a very low connected load. If this is not enough, cooling can be continued with an additional cooling system. By flattening the cooling peak adiabatically , a very energy-efficient system can be created.

As a supplier of compressed air humidification, high-pressure air humidification, steam humidification and ultrasonic humidification, the specialists at Elka Air can respond to your wishes like no other. We would be happy to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the different atomization systems with you, so that you are assured of the right choice.

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