Controller for industrial evaporative coolers

Published:  20 February, 2005

Seeley
A controller for Breezair industrial evaporative cooling systems enhances their operation.

Seeley has improved the operation of its Breezair industrial evaporative cooling systems with the introduction of a wall-mounted controller. It comprises a 24-hour clock and 7-day programmable timer.

Using remote sensors, temperature and humidity are monitored so that the fan speed can be controlled and the water pump started or stopped.

Breezair evaporative cooling units can provide sufficient cooled air to overflow and prevent hot air entering a building. Fresh air is continually drawn from outside and passed over a saturated medium. The constant circulation of air helps avoid sick-building syndrome.



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