Our specially designed evaporative core is manufactured on site and is proprietary to only us. The indirect core is highly efficient, providing 60-65% efficiency when 330 to 360 FPM Face Velocity of air is drawn through the indirect core. Our horizontal heat exchanger is extruded from non-corrosive, non-metallic rigid polymer.
The term Indirect Evaporative Cooling was coined by personnel at Des Champs Laboratories in 1974, when they decided to enhance summer-time air-to-air energy recovery, from building exhaust air,
heat exchangers Simplified thermal modeling of indirect Indirect evaporative cooling (IEC) is a water-based cooling technology that is attractive for space cooling in dry and hot climatesduetoitslowerenergyconsumption(comparedtova-por compression air conditioners) and lack of humidication (compared to direct evaporative cooling) (Maheshwari et al. 2001). Among the components incorporated into advanced