Adiabatic Cooling

Due to the physical effect of evaporation cooling (adiabatic cooling), systems, rooms and halls can be cooled in a very energy-saving manner.

This is possible because water extracts energy from its surroundings in the form of heat by changing its physical state from a liquid to a gaseous state. As a result, the environment cools down. On the one hand, this effect can be used to cool a room, but on the other hand it can also be used for cooling in industrial processes. For example in the chemical, pharmaceutical or food industry and as pre-cooling of cooling towers.

The cooling effect is very high with approx. 630 watts/litre of evaporated water. The energy consumption of powerful air conditioning systems can be reduced by up to 30% on hot summer days through adiabatic pre-cooling.


Pre-cooling in summer reduces the Delta-T of the intake air of the cooling tower (up to 13°C possible) and thus reduces the cooling tower energy for up to 130 days: Example Germany.

An adiabatic cooling tower pre-cooling generates energy savings from up to


Types of evaporative cooling

Direct evaporative cooling

Generates direct entry into the room or environment with very fine water aerosols in the 1-20µ range. The fine aerosols evaporate very quickly in the ambient air and extract heat from it.


Areas of application:
Industrial halls, stables, zoos, slaughterhouses, malt houses, atriums, open-air restaurants, beer gardens, yachts, cruise ships, fun parks, sporting events and stadiums.