HydrEVAP Evaporative PreCoolers for HVAC Condensers

Evaporative PreCoolers play one of the key roles in securing a sustainable future, by assisting architects, construction companies, facility managers, and building owners achieve the highest HVAC performance through increased efficiency and decreased energy consumption.

HVAC systems are typically the highest energy consuming features in the modern building. Evaporative PreCoolers employ the greenest cooling technology in existence by pre-treating the air entering HVAC Air-Cooled Condensers; thus greatly reducing the amount of energy consumed by the standard building.

HydrEVAP PreCoolers are the highest quality, best value Evaporative PreCoolers for commercial, industrial, and government buildings.

evaporative precoolers for HVAC condensers

Evaporative PreCooler Technology: “SuperCharging” your HVAC System

HVAC Condensers have one purpose: Dissipate the heat that is constantly being created during the air conditioning process.

Most do that by using outside air to cool the coils that are found inside the condenser unit. Compressors are also added to aid in the cooling of the liquid refrigerant that runs through the condenser coils.

The hotter it is outside, the more the fans and compressors have to run to keep the coils cool.

PreCooling the condenser, means that the HVAC system will reach optimal operating range more quickly, without running the compressors as much. This reduces the wear and tear on the equipment and the system performs as though it were 75°F outside when the actual temperature is 100°F outside.

What you end up with is a boost in efficiency and drop in energy consumption. It’s actually using less energy to cool a greater capacity!

Trane© engineers have shown that by adding PreCoolers to a 52 Ton HVAC Chiller System you can achieve the performance of a 60 Ton HVAC Chiller System. All that while lowering your energy consumption by up to 20% and extending the life of the equipment!

 You really can “supercharge” your HVAC System!


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