Cooling

The guideline is dedicated to all customers who use or just want to use coolers and air conditioners. It includes lots of tips and notes which device to choose and why.
  • What is evaporative cooling and why is it good?

    What is evaporative cooling and why is it good?

    Evaporative cooling is the use of evaporated water to cool hot air. It is what happens when you get out of a swimming pool on hot day. The wind hitting your wet body feels chill until you dry. This is because of the evaporating water.
  • Should I choose evaporative cooling or air conditioning?

    Should I choose evaporative cooling or air conditioning?

    That really depends on what you need to cool and under what conditions you need the cooling. Typically, for big, open areas such as factory halls, hangars or warehouses, it is recommended to use an evaporative cooler instead of AC.
  • Where can I use evaporative cooling?

    Where can I use evaporative cooling?

    Evaporative coolers can be used in a variety of applications. Generally speaking, they are the best solution for extreme working conditions and for large areas where applying air conditioners is not feasible and other solutions won’t generate the required cooling capacity.
  • Evaporative cooling FAQs

    Evaporative cooling FAQs

    Do evaporative coolers increase the risk of infections and other health problems? I work with steel products, so I don’t want humidity in my working environment. Does that mean that evaporative cooling cannot be used? Does evaporative cooling increase the risk of legionella because it uses water? Can the level of noise from evaporative coolers be reduced?

  • Master Air Coolers

    Master Air Coolers

    MASTER Air Coolers cool the air using a simple natural process: the evaporating water decreases the temperature of the air. A pump takes the water from a tank and wets a wide pad of natural cellulose. A powerful ventilator aspires air through the pad.

  • Why Master Coolers have never caused Legionella disease (pdf)

    Why Master Coolers have never caused Legionella disease (pdf)