Almost 100% of conventional air-conditioning is provided by electric cooling machines. These require a lot of electrical energy, lead to high CO2 emissions and are cost-intensive to purchase and operate. The situation is different with the use of adiabatic cooling systems.
The use of adiabatic cooling is based on a simple principle: the process of evaporation of water produces what is known as "evaporative cooling". The highly efficient heat exchange systems in air-conditioning systems, which are based on this principle and have been further developed, ensure a pleasant supply air temperature of approx. 20° C almost all year round - without the use of electrical refrigeration machines with environmentally harmful coolants.
Liebert has long been using this innovative advancement in the design and planning of resource-efficient and sustainable air conditioning technology in our projects. This system was successfully used in the Tower ONE project.
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