Two-stage adiabatic cooling is the most sustainable and effective way to cool and ventilate (production) halls. Our unique cooling system - based on the evaporation of water - creates a comfortable and healthy working environment.
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Two-stage evaporative cooling, also known as indirect/direct evaporative cooling, uses both the indirect as the direct adiabatic process incorporated in the same system. This allows the system to cool up to 7 ℃ with up to 70% less moisture than other (direct) evaporative coolers. Read more information on two-stage evaporative cooling by clicking on the button below:
The global temperature rise is creating a surge in demand for cooling. But ironically, the more we rely on energy-intensive air conditioners to cool ourselves, the more we heat our planet. Sustainable alternatives, like evaporative cooling, are still less well-known.
This is unfortunate, as conventional air conditioning leaves a massive carbon footprint - especially in comparison with two-stage evaporative cooling. Daily, we're asked what two-stage evaporative cooling is and how it compares to conventional AC. Therefore, we've compiled a list of the most important differences between these two technologies. See for yourself what works best for you:
Evaporative cooling, especially the two-stage technology, provides the most sustainable, cost-effective and healthy cooling & ventilation solution available for production facilities, distribution centers, and office buildings. For instance, did you know that you can save up to 90% energy costs with evaporative cooling?
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One of the most prevalent misconceptions about evaporative cooling is that it would create a subtropical climate within a production facility or building. Another misconception is that evaporative cooling rarely works in humid climates. However, evaporative cooling does have an effect on humidity and the type of climate does have an influence on how evaporative cooling works. Read more on how evaporative cooling influences humidity and vice versa by clicking the button below:
There are several factors that influence the effectiveness or efficiency of two-stage evaporative cooling. These are:
Here you can read more on the effectiveness of evaporative cooling in different situations:
It is well understood that both employees and machines perform better in a well-balanced working climate. Industrial evaporative cooling provides production facilities with the perfect solution for a comfortable, healthy and productive environment. Oxycom’s IntrCooll a two-stage evaporative cooling technology is suitable for all industries, ranging from the metal industry to the food industry.
How much evaporative cooling costs, depends on the type of evaporative system that is used, as well as the amount of cooling and ventilation is required. Some systems may require more electricity and water than others, and larger spaces or buildings may need several installations to provide optimal cooling and ventilation. Nonetheless, two-stage evaporative cooling is an affordable and sustainable solution to create a comfortable and healthy working climate.