Evaporative cooling

Industrial evaporative cooling

Evaporative cooling can be defined as the most modern cooling system which originates from the oldest principles of physics. A tool with a modern design that meets the current needs of industries. Technological progress and the advent of the industrial are the two phenomena that have marked our time, making our lives easier, but also contributing to the rise of environmental pollution.

The gases such as those in conventional air conditioning systems today so used in both civil and in industrial settings are largely responsible for the most disastrous natural events, such as the formation of the harmful ozone hole and the appearance of dramatic climate change. In reality, it is a vicious self-perpetuating circle that gives rise to a tragic perpetual motion. As is well known, the greenhouse effect is the main cause of global warming which is affecting the entire planet.

The exponential increase in temperatures pushes the population to use in air conditioners even more constantly and thus the circle is closed to be re-opened shortly after giving origin to a new phenomenon. Obviously, the larger ring of this dramatic chain is represented by the industrial sector. In fact, in industrial building during the summer, the temperatures rise above any human endurance level.

Roofs exposed to the sun heat up and radiate heat into the environment below; the internal heat sensation is enhanced by the emission of heat coming from the engines of machinery in operation and, in particular productive sectors, the high percentage of fine dust emitted complicates the situation even more, forcing the workforce to operate in a contaminated and unhealthy. It seems clear how working in that type of business environment, besides having detrimental effects on the health of the workers, submits them to a high physical and psychological stress. If forced to work in an enclosed space with temperatures exceeding 29°, the human body reacts by lowering all its levels of alertness. The production capacity is reduced, the level of attention is halved and as a consequence it is more likely to record an increase in cases of accidents at work.