Dry Air Coolers with Adiabatic Assist (Adiabatic Coolers) are designed to lower the entering air temperature to a dry air cooler to within 3 – 5° of the ambient Wet Bulb temperature resulting in lower fluid temperatures than can be achieved by a standard dry air cooler. Typically used for applications that can accept peak temperatures of 90 – 95°F. Typically requires glycol for freeze protection (climate dependent). Low energy cost. Opportunities for “Free Cooling”. Reduced water use compared to a cooling tower.
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