How does evaporative cooling work?
Ducted evaporative cooling comprises a central cooling unit connected to a series of outlets throughout your house. The cooling unit draws fresh air through moistened pads. As it passes through these pads the air is cooled and filtered before flowing through the ductwork and into your rooms-just like a cool refreshing sea breeze.
The benefits of evaporative cooling:
Evaporative cooling has many benefits and advantages over other forms of cooling. Among these are:
- It is one of the healthiest ways to cool your home because it uses clean fresh air to replace the air in your home many times an hour
- The air inside your house is never re-circulated which means that smells and allergens are expelled
- Based on a totally natural process of air cooled by water means it won’t dry out the air, or irritate your skin, throat or eyes
- Doors can be left open allowing you to enjoy the summer and an outdoor lifestyle
- Evaporative cooling is also an inexpensive cooling option. It is up to 50% cheaper to install and seven times cheaper to run than refrigerated cooling
- Since evaporative cooling uses less electricity than other forms of cooling it is kinder to our environment as it’s greenhouse gas contribution is a lot lower