Air conditioning systems experience their lowest performance on hot summer days, precisely when they are most needed. During this time, the cooling capacity decreases by approximately 14-15%, while power consumption increases by 31%. This problem occurs within the condenser unit, where vapor refrigerant is transformed into a liquid, forcing the air through the unit and absorbing heat from the refrigerant, causing it to condense.
One solution to this problem is the application of a water misting system to air-cooled chillers, which can improve efficiency under most working conditions. By lowering the air temperature entering the condenser, the water mist can result in a significant improvement in efficiency. For instance, on typical air-cooled chillers, a 6°C reduction in the condenser air temperature can lead to a 14% increase in efficiency, while a 12°C reduction can result in a 25-30% improvement.
In addition to this, an indoor misting cooling system is an effective alternative with several benefits. This system can provide relief from the heat by emitting a fine mist of water droplets into the air, which evaporates quickly, cooling the surrounding air. It can also improve air quality and reduce static electricity.
- Up to 12°C reduction in outdoor air temperature
- Up to 30% decrease in energy consumption
- Up to 30% improvement in HVAC unit efficiency
- Extended lifespan of the entire system
- Low start-up and operating costs
- Quick and easy installation
- Indoor misting systems for cooling and air quality improvement
- Humidification of greenhouses for plant growth
- Industrial indoor cooling for worker comfort and equipment efficiency
- Humidification of chemical factories for product quality control