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How an air cooler works :
Use, advantages and disadvantages

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With the summer heat already well underway, it’s essential to take care of the well-being of employees, customers and users, as well as to protect equipment such as industrial machinery, computers, servers, etc., from the heat.
There are a number of ways of doing this, including the adiabatic cooler.
In detail, here’s how an air cooler of this type works
Principe de rafraîchissement d'air par évaporation

What is adiabatic cooling?

You’ve probably already heard that adiabatic coolers use a healthy, natural process, with no toxic fallout or greenhouse gas emissions. The way it works is based on a phenomenon common in nature: evaporation.

More precisely, how does an adiabatic cooler work? Water in the unit’s reservoir moistens the filter, allowing the ambient air drawn in by the fan to cool and then evaporate.

Simply plugged into the mains and equipped with castors, the unit can be easily moved to any area where a low ambient temperature is required.

The advantages of using FoxAir

FoxAir technicians help managers select the perfect unit for the volume of air to be treated, and show them how to optimize the action of the bio cooler.

FoxAir units are designed primarily for industrial sites, professional buildings and events, and are ideally suited to large and very large volumes. Because they’re mobile, adiabatic units don’t require construction work or costly installation. What’s more, these systems are environmentally friendly and efficient. They consume little.

Depending on your needs and budget, you can choose between purchasing the FoxAir unit and renting it on a monthly basis, or leasing it for more occasional use.

Now you know how to use your air cooler to optimize its performance.

FOXAIR : le rafraîchissement naturel en entreprise

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