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Adiabatic systems

ACE is the name of this new range of adiabatic coolers, working in closed loop and realized on a very compact frame with one row of fans in order to drop down the overseas freight costs.

Main features

  • Cooling power from 90 to 820 kW (25 to 240 Tons)
  • Supporting structure in painted steel
  • Coil with aluminium fins and copper pipes
  • High energy saving
  • Low noise level thanks to fan speed control
  • Maintenance friendly
  • Automatic control by advanced electronic PID regulator
  • 95% water saving against cooling tower

ACE is an Adiabatic dry cooler which uses the ambient air to cool process water.
By using powerful fans, placed within the ACE cooler, the ambient air is conveyed through a PVC screen evaporator which is uniformly moisturised by a patented ”SHOWER” anti-scaling water distribution system. By permeating through the water soaked cavities of this evaporator, the air is cooled and releases heat to the water, which in turn evaporates. This process results in ACE achieving a higher efficiency when compared to traditional dry coolers, whilst maintaining the requirements of a closed system by eliminating process water consumption and contamination.

Physics principle

The adiabatic cooling is a system used to reduce the air temperature. The system is based on the physical principle of the water that by evaporating reduces the air ambient temperature.
In physics this principle is called adiabatic and allows energy exchange between water and air, where the needed energy to make the water evaporate is taken from the air which looses some of its temperature.