EcoMESH adiabatic air inlet cooling

Published:  05 May, 2011

EcoMESH, adiabatic cooling

The EcoMESH concept is based on intermittently spraying water onto a mesh placed in front of the heat reduction surface — thus reducing power consumption by as much as 30-40% and improving the performance of Air-cooled chillers, dry coolers and condensers and refrigeration plants.

 

EcoMESH is a unique mesh and water spray system that improves performance, reduces energy consumption, eliminates high ambient problems, is virtually maintenance free and can pay back in one cooling season.

 

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