Evaporative cooling is a process that uses cooling towers within your heating and cooling system to turn outdoor heat and direct sunlight and to cool paper that can be used and emitted throughout the interior of your home. This type the cooling system is not only an efficient, affordable, an effective, but it is also sustainable as it uses existing energy to lower the temperature of heat and thus turning it into a cooled vapor.
How It Works
As we mentioned before, the heat and sunlight from outdoors is transferred into a converter system where the heat is then sent through a system that adequately converts it into a cooling vapor through the water towers. While it may sound complicated, the system itself is no different in the natural system of perspiration. In short, Think of the evaporated cooling as a system that helps your home to perspire when the heat is at its peak. The water towers accumulate the outdoor heat and converted into a reusable cooling agent that can be felt throughout your homes interiors.
If you are wondering what exactly is needed in order to complete this process, you don’t need to worry anymore! We provide all the tools and resources to complete the evaporative cooling method in your home. You do not need to go to the hardware store and attempt to find the materials on your own, instead, we bring them straight to you! The whole system itself will require air handlers, a converting system that traps the heat when it is directly anchored on the home, and water towers that will convert the direct heat into reusable cooling agents and vapor throughout the home.
Evaporative Cooling vs. Refrigerated Cooling
The main difference between a evaporative cooling and refrigerated cooling is the source of the air and how it is used. With evaporated cooling, fresh air is being constantly pulled from the outside and converted into air that is than cooled and used on the inside of the home. This air is cooled for a one time use. Refrigerated cooling, however, recirculate the same air throughout the home and continues to re-cool it over time.
One of the biggest benefits of evaporated cooling is that it is extremely cost-effective. This is because it is using outdoor air and generating it into cooler air that can then be used inside. Unlike traditional heating and cooling systems, air must be taken and generated to a certain temperature before it can then be redistributed but with an evaporated cooling system the air comes from outdoors and is continually cooled and dispersed throughout the home. And our clients interesting evaporated cooling, especially in the Australian summers, is because it works well with dry and arid air. Sometimes it can be challenging or traditional air conditioning systems to convert the air into a cooler temperature butt any evaporated system contains moisture levels that ensure even the driest of air can be converted into a cooling agent.