Adiabatic Cooling

Adiabatic cooling is the process of reducing heat through a change in air pressure caused by volume expansion.

The principle of adiabatic cooling has been harnessed to develop cooling units that can save industry millions of litres of water.  Adiabatic cooling units can also save more than 40% in electricity using freely available Phenomena to regulate temperate.

An evaporative cooler is basically a large fan that draws warm air through water-moistened pads.  As the water in the pads evaporates, the air is chilled and pushed out to the room. The temperature can be controlled by adjusting the airflow of the cooler.

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Industrial Frigo BRW

The BRW Series cooling batteries are closed circuit cooling systems capable of dispatching heat generated during production processes without requiring water consumption and using only the lowest possible energy levels.

The adiabatic kit is activated once the required water temperature is not achievable with the traditional heat exchange system: using a plastic pack, water sprayed through specific nozzles, the air is humidified about to saturation value.   This lowers the air temperature a few degrees (up to 9°C), so that the unit can be efficiently used with a warmer ambient temperature, even higher than the outlet water temperature obtained. This system does not wet the finned pack, ensuring his outstanding durability.

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Industrial Frigo SIRE

A sophisticated, completely automatic, process water cooling system.

SIRE is constructed in the condensed water version, with a Free Cooling system inside, permitting the production of cold water in medium/cold periods at decidedly low costs. In this way up to 80% energy saving is obtained, always guaranteeing a cooling yield with a very COP of 5.6. The application of this system in ideal conditions during free cooling operation in winter, can reach the attainment of a maximum COP value of 30.

This means that the system can generate up to 30 cooling KW for every electrical input KW. System conversion from the cooling to the free-cooling setting is completely automatic via microprocessor logic that controls the entire system.