Cooling is a hot topic
In summer, cooling is a hot topic. Adiabatic cooling is a process with great future potential. Did you know that...
... the principle of adiabatic cooling is simple? Water evaporates, taking in energy that is extracted from the air, thereby cooling it down.
...only the cooling by evaporation of air and water is used as an infinite and natural source for cooling?
...this process is applied for the climatisation of rooms?
...adiabatic cooling reduces C02 emissions?
...this process requires no additional energy and therefore reduces operating costs?
... we make use of the adiabatic effect during air humidification? Ventilation modules vaporise the water under high pressure into small, microscopic pieces that are immediately absorbed by the surrounding air, cooling it.
We like to treat ourselves to a cooling-down period as well:
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