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How to Choose an Evaporative Cooling System, Geelong

Evaporative cooling is an innovative process that cools air in your home by evaporating water. It works by drawing warm air from outside your home, which is then passed over wet pads or quilts, with the resulting evaporation cooling the air and increasing the moisture content.

Evaporative cooling is an innovative process that cools air in your home by evaporating water. It works by drawing warm air from outside your home, which is then passed over wet pads or quilts, with the resulting evaporation cooling the air and increasing the moisture content. Continue reading below to find out how to go about choosing an evaporative cooling system for your home, as well as how GJ Bradding’s professional team can help you select the most suitable system for you.

Evaporative Cooling Geelong: Unit Size

There are different sized evaporative cooling systems made for different sized spaces. The first thing that we suggest you do is measure the size of the space that you are planning to cool. For larger spaces, such as high ceilinged living rooms and open space areas of the home, you will require a large system. Alternatively, there are smaller evaporative cooling systems which will be more suited for smaller areas such as bedrooms and studies. 

Types of Evaporative Pads

The main component of evaporative cooling systems is the pad or quilt. Two types of pads are used in these systems, each of which requires different levels of maintenance. Fibre pads are the more economical option, but they require more cleaning and maintenance to ensure they are working properly. The other option is rigid media pads. These are costlier, require less maintenance and cleaning, and are known to last considerably longer if looked after correctly.

Cooling Geelong: Fan Type

There are two types of fans used in evaporative cooling. Centrifugal fans are drum shaped and are the quieter option, however they use more energy. The alternative option is an axial fan, which is cheap and use less energy, but are considerably louder than centrifugal fans.

GJ Bradding: Air Conditioning Ballarat and Geelong

At GJ Bradding, we are your local experts for all your heating and cooling needs in Ballarat and Geelong. We have a range of evaporative cooling systems and can help you choose the right one for your home, taking into consideration your cooling requirements and budget. For the most trusted solutions for cooling Geelong has to offer, our team is happy to help.

Contact us online today for quality advice for air conditioning Ballarat and Geelong, or call us on 1300 550 901.

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