In today’s economy, evaporative cooling systems can offer savings for both residential and commercial ventilation needs. Evaporative cooling works by drawing warm air through a special filter that absorbs moisture from the air. Warm air is replaced by fresh outdoor air and recirculated through a home or building. Evaporative coolers work best in environments where temperatures are high but humidity is low.
An evaporative cooling system can reduce the temperature in a home, office, or industrial facility by as much as 30 degrees, offering a level of comfort
comparable to air conditioning. It can operate on half to three-quarters the horsepower of central air, saving as much as 75 percent of energy expenses to
maintain ventilation and comfort. Evaporative cooling also helps maintain building integrity by reducing moisture, mold, and mildew.
Evaporative cooling systems offer an energy efficient, economical, and environmentally
friendly solution to heat.