How Evaporative Air Conditioning Works

Breezair pumps cooled, fresh air through your whole home

Just like a sea breeze keeps you cool at the beach on a hot day, Breezair’s evaporative air conditioning systems use the power of evaporation to cool your home.

On a hot day by the seaside, the movement of air over the ocean causes water to evaporate, absorbing some heat from the air. During this process, the air temperature is lowered and the result is a cooling sea breeze. This is the nature of Breezair.

How evaporative air conditioning works

Based on the simple principles of evaporation, hot and dry outside air is pumped through water-soaked pads called Chillcel® pads. As the air blows through the Chillcel pads, the water is evaporated and the heat in the air is absorbed, which lowers the air temperature. A fan then pushes the cool air through the ducting system. Breezair cooling units feature a patented centrifugal fan, which can be used in fan only mode (no water) to blow fresh air through your home.

It is important to remember that cooled air inside the building is not recirculated, so a door or window must be left open for this air to escape, providing the whole building with a complete change in air at least every two minutes. Breezair is fresh air.

Click here to see the features and advanced technology developed by Breezair that combine to achieve the highest cooling performance of any evaporative air conditioner on the market.

Breezair is the healthy solution

100% fresh air

The evaporative process relies on airflow, with cool air entering through ducts and then exiting via open doors or windows. Only 100% fresh air is circulating, rather than stale and recycled air.

Moisture levels

Dry air from refrigerated air conditioners can aggravate allergies and asthma. Evaporative air conditioning systems use moisture to cool the air and won’t dry your skin, nose or eyes.

Filtered air

As the fan draws outside air though the cooling pads, not only is it chilled but the air is also filtered from impurities.

Enjoy the outdoors

Evaporative cooling units require some windows or doors to be open to create airflow. By leaving doors and windows open, an evaporative system can even be used to cool outdoor areas!