evaporative cooling


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evaporative cooling

(ĕ-vap′ŏ-rā″tiv, -ŏ-ră-tiv)
Reducing the body temperature of a patient with fever or heat stroke by spraying his or her skin with mist and then fanning the patient.
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Evaporative cooling vests, wrist-wraps, cooled towels and neck covers were recently tested by 150 workers at the Lusail Stadium project site.
com)-- The power saving potential of the new units is based on evaporative cooling principle, in which the air temperature drops when the air takes up water by transforming it from liquid to vapor.
If your pets spend most of their time in the garden, evaporative cooling will keep them safe and comfortable.
The solution to all these situations can easily be found in evaporative cooling, which is fast becoming the most efficient option when cooling large areas or open (and semi-open) spaces.
The portable cooling specialist claims that evaporative cooling solutions will enable businesses to sustain income in outdoor venues during even the hot summer months.
Through the humidification offered by Direct Evaporative Cooling (DEC), larger quantities of outdoor air may be introduced to the Natatorium for better pool Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).
The evaporative cooling system segment is the largest type segment in the global industrial cooling system market"
The company says the robust new Com Cool evaporative cooling units join the largest and most comprehensive rental fleet that provides temporary, long term and emergency temperature control in all types of buildings and for manufacturing processes.
The formulation is characterized by: the presence of encapsulated or suspended evaporative cooling agent wherein the encapsulated or suspended evaporative cooling agent comprises sodium cocamidopropyl PG dimonium chloride phosphate and ethylhexyl isononanoate and isononyl isononanoate; at least one entrained solvent wherein at least one is selected from the group consisting of water, alcohol and mixture of alcohol and water; and the absence of fluorocarbon-based evaporative cooling agents.
This has given way to a growing number of designs that incorporate modular, outdoor AHUs, natural refrigerants or evaporative cooling.
They take advantage of evaporative cooling effects, but chill the air without raising indoor humidity, meaning homes in more regions can tap this technology to stay cool and comfortable for less money and energy.