The pad consists of specially impregnated and corrugated cellulose paper sheets with different flute angles, that have been bonded together. This unique design yields a cooling pad with high evaporation efficiency while still operating at a very low pressure drop. In addition scaling is kept to a minimum and no water carry-over occurs due to the fact that the water is directed to the air inlet side of the pad.
It is used in systems where high efficiency cooling is required. It can be used for many different cooling purposes but is particularly suitable for cooling of livestock buildings and greenhouses when higher air velocity is required.
- 16% better performance of cooling compared to ordinary pads.
- Basic installation savings by eliminating the need for light traps in front of the cooling pads.
- Operational savings by lower energy consumption due to a lower pressure drop
A distribution pad may be placed on the top of the cooling pad ensures a uniform supply of the water and minimizes the risk of dry spots.
Pad Surface Coating
Is a tough and resilient optional edge treatment applied to the air entering face of the pad. It has been specially designed to withstand repeated cleaning without damaging the pad. It is nonporous and quick drying edge treatment. It prevents algae and minerals from anchoring themselves into the substrate of the pad, so they fall off when dried. It offers protection to the pads from the damaging effects of severe weather and long-term exposure to UV light. It the life of the pad over that of non-treated pads.