Adiabatic coolers are a cost-effective alternative to cooling towers due to significant operational savings.
The units use fans to operate the cooling for a high percentage of the year with a spray system which only activates during periods of high ambient temperatures. The spray activity is tightly monitored using a pulsing mechanism to ensure minimum adiabatic cooling is provided for any given load and ambient condition. This control reduces water consumption and running costs for a long, fault free lifespan.
- Spray cooling kicks in only when the ambient air temperature is too high to use cooled air – save thousands of pounds in running costs
- Only uses mains cold water when high ambients demand higher levels of cooling – conserving water
- No need to register with the Health and Safety Executive as the risk of legionella is all but removed
- No further chemical treatment required – saving you resource and budget
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