Adiabatic cooling – Cooling by evaporation of water

Coordinator: Viktória Vranská

ADRIAN GROUP innovates and develops energy efficient heating & cooling systems with respect to the environment. The principles of adiabatic cooling have been used since time immemorial. It is an ecological way with a minimal burden on nature. They can produce up to 25 kW of cooling capacity from 1 kWof electricity. Such cold production is 4 to 10 times more energy efficient depending on the real parameters derived from the climatic conditions at a given time.

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At the same time, they work with a huge mass of air to transform this result to the maximum volume. They produce cold efficiently with a minimum carbon footprint. Huge electricity savings have a direct impact on environment. Every evaporation unit that the customer prefers over standard air-conditioning is a win for both the user and nature.

The use of fresh air, which, in addition, passes through filtration and can reduce its temperature by 10 to 12 C means lower investment and operating costs and at the same time does not destroy our planet.

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