Low operating temperatures and high COP, even in the hottest periods. A couple of reasons to consider an adiabatic cooling system, especially if you also want to reduce water consumption and its management tasks.
The PAD-V adiabatic cooler & condenser combines these needs by taking advantage of some elements of MITA Cooling Technologies’ experience in the field of evaporative cooling: simplicity of use, efficiency and reliability over time.
PAD-V’s dual operating principle exploits the various external environmental conditions throughout the year (temperature probes control its operation):
Systems based on this dual principle are often called adiabatic dry coolers. With an advantage over other solutions: PAD-V is a machine that is easy to operate over time.
Two basic principles inspire PAD-V’s design: ease of maintenance and durability. Its wide side doors facilitate inspection and maintenance operations of its internal components, which are also designed to last: the finned coils are not in contact with the wetting water.
Another example is the adiabatic flocked PVC pack, used for cooling the outside air, which has a much longer average life compared to other classic cellulose systems. The external PVC panels provide additional protection against light and dust.
Efficiency, maintainability and durability: these are characteristics that end-users of MITA adiabatic systems often appreciate in many different applications: from air conditioning systems to the process industry. Some recent examples of this are the installation of PAD-V in a hospital, in a spa, and in a plastic processing plant.
PAD-V is the evolution of the PAD adiabatic cooler/condenser, suitable for large systems and already installed in one of Europe’smost advanced electricity grid research centers.
We also use the adiabatic principle in our patented Alchemist solution: the refrigerant in supermarket refrigeration units is subcooled to increase the circuit’s efficiency.
Find out more about MITA adiabatic systems: www.mitacoolingtechnologies.com/en (“Products” section).
Article published in IndustriaMeccanica.it