evaporative cooling

Evaporative Cooling

Evaporative cooling is a very popular method of cooling and entire home. There is no need for a return air as 100% fresh air is used. The air passes over water soaked pads which drops temperature and adds humidity to the air. The air then travels through ductwork to ceiling grilles where it cools the rooms and then back out of the house via open windows, doors or ceiling security vents.

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There has been fantastic technical advances in evaporative cooling in the last few years making the systems quieter. Systems are very easy to operate and in some cases the control can be via the same controller used for your gas ducted heating.

The units now are made of UV stabilised and guaranteed tough plastics that will never corrode. They come in various colours to ensure a neat and professional finish that to suit your home and add value.

Evaporative cooling will be lower in both capital investment and running costs when compared with refrigerated systems. Evaporative cooling is a natural cooling that will have varying performance depending upon outside conditions. The performance and effectiveness of evaporative cooling drops in humid weather.

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