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This is the simple principle that lies at the heart of the evaporative cooling process.
For many businesses, this natural method of cooling can be significantly cheaper to install than air conditioners as well as delivering energy efficiency savings.
e2 Climate works alongside the world’s leading independent evaporative cooling specialist – Seeley International with their product range of Breezair, Supercool, Climate Wizard and Coolerado. Together we will guide you through the process, from support and guidance, through to installation and aftercare.
How Evaporative Cooling works
The Principles of Evaporative Cooling
As water is evaporated, energy is lost from the air, reducing the temperature. Two temperatures are important when dealing with evaporative cooling systems.
Dry Bulb Temperature
This is the temperature that we usually think of as air temperature, measured by a regular thermometer exposed to the air stream.
Wet Bulb Temperature
This is the lowest temperature that can be reached by the evaporation of water only. When considering water evaporating into air, the wet-bulb temperature, as compared to the air’s dry-bulb temperature, is a measure of the potential for evaporative cooling. The dry and wet bulb temperature can be used to calculate the relative humidity.
Evaporation will take place when the humidity is below 100% and the air begins to absorb water. Any given volume of air can hold a certain amount of water vapour and the degree of absorption will depend on the amount it is already holding.
The term humidity describes how much water is already in the air; relative to the amount it is capable of holding. Air is saturated when it cannot hold any more water. Imagine it as a sponge, if the sponge held half as much water as it was capable of holding, it would be 50% saturated. In the case of air, we would describe the Relative Humidity as being 50%.
Energy is required to change water from liquid to vapour. This energy is obtained in an adiabatic process from the air itself. Air entering an evaporative air cooler gives up heat energy to evaporate water. During this process, the dry bulb temperature of the air passing through the cooler is lowered.
How does an Evaporative
Air Conditioner work?
Evaporative air conditioning uses evaporation to cool the air. In an evaporative cooler, such as Breezair, a pump circulates water from the reservoir on to a cooling pad, which in turn becomes very wet. A fan draws air from outside the unit through the moistened pad. As it passes through the pad the air is cooled by evaporation. The key to effective evaporative cooling is ensuring that each of the cooling pads are completely saturated at all times during operation and that the systems fan & motor are sized and designed to deliver the appropriate airflow for the required environment.
Every time a consumer chooses an evaporative air conditioner over a refrigerated system, the benefits for the environment are significant.
Less Electricity Usage
- Evaporative air conditioners consume only a small proportion of the electricity consumed by a comparable refrigerated system. A Breezair Icon series evaporative air conditioner uses up to 40% less electricity than conventional ducted evaporative air conditioning systems and up to 90% less than refrigerated units.
- Therefore less fossil fuels like coal and natural gas will be consumed in the production of electricity and less electricity generation infrastructure will be required.
Low Peak Energy Usage
- Lower Peak Energy usage means lower wiring costs, potentially useable with solar energy and less requirement for additional power stations.
No production of CFCs and HFCs
- Evaporative air conditioning systems contain no harmful synthetic refrigerants. Many of the gases used in refrigerated air conditioning are potent greenhouse gases like hydrofluorocarbons or chlorofluorocarbons which deplete the ozone layer.
Less Greehhouse Gas Production
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions are many times less with evaporative air conditioners compared with refrigerated alternatives. Carbon Dioxide is by far the main greenhouse gas.
- “33% of Australia’s Greenhouse gas emissions come from Electricity generation” Source: Prime Ministers report “Securing Australia’s Energy Future – 2004”
- “Refrigerated air conditioning consumes more energy and creates more greenhouse gases than fans and efficient evaporative cooling systems” Source: www.yourhome.gov.au