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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


Don’t let overheating disrupt you this summer Cost effective EcoCooling evaporative cooling


sales. While refrigeration systems are considered too expensive and uneconomical for large space cooling, evaporative cooling offers a cost effective and reliable alternative.


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The Solution EcoCooling fresh air and adiabatic/evaporative cooling systems are installed in over 2000 facilities across the UK, providing fresh cool air to people and processes without the need for refrigeration. Clients have seen productivity in sites improve by up to 30% after the installation of EcoCooling equipment.


Its Science not Magic During colder weather the EcoCooling system works in ventilation mode, outside air is used to cool the building while hot air is extracted out. On hotter days, the natural process of evaporation is used in EcoCoolers to cool incoming air. By evaporating water into the air, temperatures are reduced without the need for mechanical refrigeration, making evaporative cooling an economically viable and green option for large building and process cooling.


Energy Consumption: Running costs for a single unit ECP external EcoCooler Small based on an average airflow of 12,000 m3/hr are:


Utility Electrical Consumption


Water Consumption (average) Total Cost per Hour


Total cost per 168-hour continuous working week


Usage and Cost per Hour £0.120 £0.012 £0.132 £22.18


Spot cooling: One ECP EcoCooler can provide cooling for 15m diameter circle of floor space, doors and windows being open will not affect performance.


Mobile coolers: Mobile coolers offer a flexible alternative to a fixed installation and can be used as trials. Contact us for more details.


How do I get a quote? EcoCooling has a UK wide network of installers and maintenance providers. Give us a call today to organise a free site visit and quote.


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Case Study: Herman Miller: Based in Melksham’s Bowerhill, leading global manufacturer of office furniture, Herman Miller is a superb example of how innovation within energy efficient technologies can not only improve the working environment, but save costs from a company’s bottom line.


Nine ECP EcoCooler Small units were installed for the manufacturing space – enabling


control of the air temperature and humidity levels in the assembly and manufacturing machine areas; acting as a recirculation system for winter and a ventilator or evaporative cooling system for the summer. The external units are roof mounted so require no floor or external space for installation. All work was carried out during business hours and does not require any downtime.


The cooling solution will improve the working environment for its staff and deliver


energy savings to the company. Even on the very hottest summer days the EcoCoolers will supply fresh air cooling at temperatures below 23C at typically less than 10% of the operating costs of refrigeration.


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ast year’s unusually hot summer caused disruption for many factories and industrial facilities where overheating staff and customers resulted in drops in production and


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