An evaporative cooler is a device that cools the air through water evaporation. Evaporation cooling differs from typical air conditioning systems that use steam compression or absorption cooling cycles.



The evaporative cooler works using large enthalpy of vaporizing water. The temperature of dry air can be dropped significantly through the transition from liquid water phase to water vapour (evaporation), which can cool the air using much less energy than cooling. In extremely dry climates, air evaporation cooling has the added benefit of conditioning air with more moisture for the comfort of people using it. It is a totally different equipment to the dehumidifier than what it does is control the humidity.


The evaporative air conditioner uses the natural principle of evaporation of water to produce fresh air.


In the same way that the sea breeze is generated, the air as it passes through the filter soaked in water is moistened and cooled, achieving a quality air, fresh, clean, healthy and with a very low energy consumption

How to USE THEM?
The evaporative air conditioner is a ventilation equipment. That is, for optimal operation they must be used outdoors, or if they are used in
interiors, should be placed with their backs to an open window so that they always are free of new air.

Terraces, exteriors, naves and premises, lounges, and in general any well-ventilated space where it is necessary to reduce the temperature in a healthy and
with very low energy consumption.
In places with moderate humidity there are many cost-effective uses for evaporative cooler, in addition to its widespread use in dry climates. For example
industrial plants, industrial kitchens, laundries, dry cleaners, greenhouses, cooling points (loading docks, warehouses, factories,
construction, sporting events, workshops, garages and kennellies)