A custom engineered solution whereby outdoor air is drawn-in across evaporative media. The adiabatic (evaporative) process precools the air which is then used to cool the heat rejection coils of a hydronic loop.
This arrangement greatly surpasses the performance of a common “dry-cooler” because the resulting water loop temperature can be much cooler then the outdoor ambient (which a dry cooler cannot provide).
Uses of this “free cooling” water are:
- Chilled water for use as a condenser water loop.
- Chilled water for use as a primary cooling source.
- Chilled water for use as a pre-cooling source or hydronic economizer.
- Heat rejection for injection molding processes.
Ambient conditions and specific heat rejection applications must be reviewed, but BASX stands-ready to engineer a solution for you and/or your client’s needs.