Low initial costs coupled with low energy usage makes ducted evaporative systems the most easily affordable total home cooling system on the market.
HOW DO DUCTED EVAPORATIVE SYSTEMS WORK?
Evaporative cooling works by using the natural process of evaporation to cool the air. An outdoor unit is installed on your roof which draws air in from outside the home.
This air is often dry and hot, so it is passed through water saturated filter pads in this outdoor unit.
As the air is blown through these pads, the water is evaporative and the heat in the air is absorbed. The cool air is then pushed from this outdoor
unit, through a series of ducts strategically placed in the ceilings of your rooms.
As evaporative systems require you to open your doors and windows, the air that circulates through your home is constantly refreshed.
WHY CHOOSE DUCTED EVAPORATIVE?
As ducted evaporative systems require windows to be open, fresh air is constantly circulating through the home. This eliminates the need for the circulation of stale, recycled air, which in turn leads to reduced problems for allergy sufferers.
NO DRY AIR
As the air is passed through water saturated pads, it does not have the drying effect that occurs with refrigerated systems. This means that it is much gentler on your eyes, nose and skin.
REDUCED RUNNING COSTS
As ducted evaporative systems rely on the natural process of evaporation to cool your home, they use less power to run, resulting in lowered energy bills and more savings in your pocket.
Evaporative systems do not rely on traditional means of cooling your home and because of this, they produce less greenhouse gases. This makes them the better choice for the environment.