Evaporative Cooling in Geelong, Melbourne, Ballarat and Bacchus Marsh
Keep it cool this summer
We all know how good it feels on a breezy summer day to have cool water misted on you. That feeling of pure relief is scientifically referred to as evaporative cooling. At G.J. Bradding Heating & Cooling, we mimic the feeling of evaporative cooling in your home as an air conditioning system. Evaporative cooling is a cost-effective way to transform your home into a place of respite in the midst of a scorching Aussie summer.
How Does It Work?
Evaporative cooling circulates fresh, clean air throughout your home, pushing out hot, stale air through open doors and windows. In essence, it’s a result of water evaporating and energy being lost from the air. It uses a pump to circulate water from a reservoir onto a cooling pad; the pad, as a result of this circulation, becomes wet. A fan then draws air from outside the unit through the moistened pad. As it passes through the pad, evaporation cools the air. For an evaporative air conditioner to work, its cooling pads need to be completely soaked through.
Why Evaporative Cooling?
Evaporative cooling is highly energy-efficient compared to traditional air conditioning systems. It operates on the principle of evaporating water to cool the air, consuming significantly less energy than compressor-based cooling systems. Evaporative cooling uses natural processes and does not rely on harmful refrigerants or chemicals. It has a lower carbon footprint and is considered a more environmentally friendly cooling solution.
Evaporative coolers can be installed in various settings, including residential homes, commercial buildings, and outdoor spaces. They can be ducted to distribute cool air throughout the building or used as portable units for specific areas. Evaporative coolers have a straightforward operating mechanism and require minimal maintenance. Regular cleaning and periodic maintenance of filters and pads are necessary to ensure optimal performance.
Evaporative coolers use filters to remove dust, pollen, and other allergens from the incoming air. This filtration process helps improve indoor air quality. Making it the perfect solution for individuals with asthma, allergies or respiratory sensitivities.
Let the team at GJ Bradding Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat and Bacchus Marsh keep you cool for the summer!