How does evaporative cooling work?
Evaporative cooling works by cooling air temperature using water. It works like this: warm and dry air is collected from the outside through an evaporative cooler that’s pushed with a fan to the interior, passing through a wet permeable layer that was previously humidified. Air collected cools when meeting the humidified permeable layer due to water evaporation, which produces a drop in dry air temperature between 10 and 25 degrees F, depends on the humidity itself.
This type of system is a very affordable and efficient solution for industrial spaces with high temperatures that lead to unpleasant surroundings for workers, which leads to lower productivity.
One of the benefits of this system is that it helps airflow inside a house or a business place, bringing in fresh air and pushing warm air outside, increasing fresh airflow with a lower cost than refrigerated air systems that use more electricity to push cold air through different refrigeration ducts using a series of fans.