Open Space Cooling is an innovative concept used to supply cool air and cool industrial workspaces down to an optimum comfort level. We use our signature Open Space Cooler units to take the hot and dry air in the atmosphere and turn it into cool, fresh air using evaporative cooling technology.
To put it simply, Evaporative Cooling uses fresh water to reduce air temperature – specifically it uses the evaporation of water. When water evaporates there is a natural release of heat into the atmosphere, this reduces the temperature of the molecules close by.
In the atmosphere, “latent” or “hidden” energy exists. One of the forms is the latent heat of evaporation. When water is made to change its state from liquid to vapor, the water molecules break their hydrogen bonds, a process that calls for tremendous heat. This heat naturally comes from the latent energy of the atmosphere. This is the foundation of Open Space Cooling and how we supply cool air to industrial spaces.
Creates a cooling sensation as low as ΔTPTD-12°C depending on atmospheric conditions.
Open Space cooler units are able to be installed in various areas of your environment; namely on the ground, the side of a building and on the roof of the building. This allows us to supply cool air to your factory from any angle.
The Open Space Cooling system can be applied in conjunction with the three common class of air filtration namely the G4, M5, and F7 classes. Many workspaces are required to be totally enclosed in order to be free from any atmospheric contamination. The quality of the supplied air into space must also follow the safety standards required.
The most common and economical method is to use our G4 air filtration unit which will remove 80% of the airborne particles large than 10 micro sizes (the size of flower pollen). The G4 class air filter is made of a synthetic material which is replaceable.