A Cooling System that works with your property’s humidity

The systems consist of a water source, a fan and wet pads or mesh. When in use, your system will bring in warm air that passes, saturating it in moisture from the mesh or pads; as this happens, the water molecules evaporate and absorb heat from the air. During this evaporation process, the air is cooled down dramatically and circulated back out into the room. The system continues this cycle, gradually helping to decrease the overall temperature inside your property. Your evaporative cooling system will be most efficient during dry climates when the evaporated water can be quickly dissipated for a better and faster cooling result.

Evaporative Cooling System Installation

The process of installing an evaporative cooling system on your property involves multiple steps, from assessment stages to electrics and testing. This may seem excessive; however, the cooling effects make this an efficient and reliable choice. Here are the general steps taken to install an evaporative air cooling process. 


Assessment & Planning 

Your chosen service provider will send out a professionally trained technician to your home or office to assess the location and determine if your property is suitable for housing an evaporative cooling system. The technician will evaluate specific factors, including the ventilation options, water supply and size of your room. Based on these, they will recommend the most appropriate installation for the best effects.

System Selection

Once your assessment has been completed, you can begin to work on selecting the right options for your requirements and property specifications. The technician conducting your assessment will provide recommendations and advice for this stage in your process. You should consider the energy efficiency, cooling capacity and other additional features you are looking for from your cooling device, including timers or specific control panels.


Your next stage will be the installation process; this will begin with the placement of your evaporative cooling system in a location that is most suitable. This could be an external wall or the ceiling. During this stage, you will advise our expert team on your preferences. We will securely mount and level your system and connect it to the water supply through your existing plumbing system or dedicated water line.

If you have a large property or commercial space, we will also conduct ductwork to better distribute the cooled air throughout your rooms. 

Electrical Connections

During the installation, your system will require electrical power to operate the fan and other additional features. Your technician will connect your cooler to the power source and ensure your wiring meets all safety standards and building codes.


After installing the cooler on your property, we will run some tests to ensure it runs smoothly and effectively. These checks will include the fan operation, the air distribution and water flow. Our team will also test the fan speed, thermostat and controls to ensure your system is ready.


We will provide the necessary instructions to conduct future maintenance checks and cleaning on your cooler to ensure the operations run smoothly, consistently and efficiently. Our team will ensure your device works as well as the first day it was installed. 

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