Adiabatic Cooling

TPC Adiabatic Coolers (cost effective alternatives to Cooling Towers) for sealed system cooling, reducing running costs, water use, chemical water treatment & chlorination and stringent maintenance regimes associated with evaporative cooling towers.

What is Adiabatic Cooling? Adiabatic cooling is achieved by reducing the air inlet temperature being drawn over the coolers coil block. This reduced oncoming air temperature, achieved by creating a fine mist at the coolers air inlet, allows the cooler to supply water temperatures as low as 25°C in the Summer period.

In the UK Adiabatic Coolers will operate as a conventional dry air blast cooler for 95% of the year.