Evaporative Cooling

Ducted evaporative cooling comprises a central cooling unit connected to a series of outlets throughout your house.

The cooling unit draws fresh air through the moistened pads. As it passes through these pads the air is cooled and filtered before flowing through the duct work and into your rooms – just like a cool, refreshing sea breeze.

Ducted evaporative cooling works on the principle of a cool change and is therefore dependent of the conditions of the day as to how effective the cooling is. Another big factor is the saturation efficiency of the cooler.

Advantages

  • low capital outlay
  • fast cooling
  • low running costs

Disadvantages

  • is completely separate to other climate systems
  • uses a large amount of water
  • reliant on low relative