Evaporative Cooling

What is Evaporative Cooling?

Evaporative cooling also known as adiabatic cooling, works by circulating water that is evaporated while a fan blows air over internal media pads. With this idea, water is used as the refrigerant on a ventilation system. Resulting in cooling down the air as the water turns into a gas, pulling the heat out of the air.

Hessaire Evaporative Cooling Solutions

Operating at a fraction of the cost of a traditional air conditioning unit, and far greater cooling effects when compared to a traditional fan.

Using a two-stage evaporative technology, provides the most sustainable and environmentally friendly cooling in your home, office, shop, outdoor pool deck, sporting events and so much more!

Hessaire mobile cooling unit

Mobile indoor/outdoor evaporative coolers made by Hessaire can be used anywhere!

Here at Hessaire we offer both mobile and mounted evap cooling solutions!

Optimal air quality

Evaporative cooling uses 100% fresh, filtered outside air to cool down a building or room. This improves the indoor air quality substantially, especially in comparison with mechanical cooling, which often recirculates the warm, polluted indoor air.

History of evaporative cooling

Egyptian murals have been found depicting porous clay vessels filled with water were placed beneath an air inlet to provide some cooling when the air passed through them. They where not able to enhance the effects with modern motors and fans, however they designed their housing architecture with this method.

Ancient Evaporative Cooling System
Ancient Evaporative Cooling System
Mini Split cooling and heating solutions

Mini Split Cooling & Heating

With Mini Splits you can control heating and cooling systems in individual rooms or spaces. Consisting of two main components such as, an outdoor compressor/condenser. With an indoor air-handling unit using evaporator system. Easily installed with just a 3″ hole through the wall, for conduit that houses the power and communication cables, consisting of copper tubing and a condensation line. Linking both indoor and outdoor units together.

Mini Split System Diagram
Mini Split System Diagram

Mini Split units are much more efficient than window-mounted AC units, and don’t require complex expensive ductwork like most central air conditioning units many households use. Allowing you to even control the temperature in each room, helping to optimize your energy use even more! For this reason, you find Mini Split cooling and heating systems in most of the world. However it’s still catching on here in the United States, but over the past years there has been a large increase in Mini Split cooling and heating systems.

Mini Splits VS Central Air

When compared to conventional central-air equipment, mini splits use an advanced control system in each room they are installed. With intelligently-designed heat exchangers and inverter-driven compressors, helping you save 30% or more on utility costs. With mini splits you can also zone your home into multiple areas, helping you save even more money. Avoiding heating and cooling rooms that are unoccupied.

Mini Split system VS Central Air System
Mini Split system VS Central Air System

Out HessAire Mini Split systems can also be modified to include a WiFi module, enabling you to control your unit from anywhere in the world. Most customers enjoy this aspect, as it allows them to pre-heat or pre-cool their home before arriving. Even turning the unit off, if you forget to after leaving your home.

Feel free to watch the video below with everything you need to know about mini splits.

Installing HVAC equipment

When installing a HVAC Mini Split air conditioning system, it’s best left to a highly technical professional. This will ensure years of reliable service and warranty coverage. Why go to all the trouble of buying the best equipment, only to have an improper setup while also voiding your warranty.

Mini Split Installation

In some cases the manufacture or even retail location will have suggested contractors, to help with the installation and even in some cases it can be included. You can see in the video below, what is needed when installing mini splits, and why calling a professional installation contractor is suggested.

Full step by step installation of a Mini Split HVAC system
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