FREE COOLING

Last years the free-cooling systems has been popularized because these take advantage of the difference temperature between both environments to cool one of them. With this efficient air flow management, energy and economical costs can be saved, what suppose a benefit for the company who install these ventilation systems and help to reduce environmental impact.

Traditional conditioning systemas consum a lot of electrical energy, which causes more CO2 to be emitted into the atmosphere and therefore aggravates global warming. An estudy of Ecologistas en Acción shows how can damage the traditional air conditioning systems can be for the environment. Free-cooling systemas does not depend of fluorinated gases, main cause of this problem, which makes the best efficient solution to minimieze environmental impact and reduce carbon footprint.

One of the main applications of the free cooling is aimed at cooling of the telecommunications cabinets, shelters or other closed spaces which need to keep a certain temperature for the equipment work optimally. Until now, operators have opted by expensive and environmentally unfriendly cooling systems, for this reason, the free cooling is the best alternative.

How work a free cooling system?

It operation around air inlet and outlet systems that are adjusted following the indications os sensores which take the parameters such as humidity temperature of the room. This method works both in small spaces and in larger ones since its features are variable.

free cooling operation

Desigenia has designed its own direct free cooling system with an add value, such as remote monitoring of the climate conditions of the room and control of some elements, such as turn on and off of the ventilators or change parameters of the system. These are intelligent free cooling system (EEfiCooling ). Thanks to the sensor and information logging, both current parameters and trends can be tracked. All this accompanied by an alarm system to respond to any possible incident.

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