AC
Spray Type Air Cooler

Application
The spray type air cooler is an enclosure containing three elements: a spray bank consisting of nozzles for producing a fine spray from water supplied to them under pressure, an eliminator for removing water from air passing through the air cooler, and a basin for collecting the used water to be returned to the pump for recirculation.

This single device is capable of performing several functions depending upon how the thermodynamic condition of the water is controlled. If we recirculate water and pass outside air through the air cooler we have an evaporative cooler. The recirculated water will stabilize at near the wet bulb temperature, and the temperature difference between the entering and leaving air will approach the wet bulb depression. The evaporative cooler may be used effectively in almost all areas of the United States for spot cooling of personnel working in high-heat producing operations, for general cooling of whole areas of hot operation where large air volumes can be used.

This same cooler can work as a highly efficient heat absorber when provided with chilled water from a mechanically refrigerated chiller or from a well (well water temperature 55°F (12.7°C) or lower).

AC Air Cooler

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