Evaporative Air Conditioning – The Benefits

Ducted Evaporative Cooling is one of the most effective and oldest forms of keeping cool. They are more economical than refrigerated air conditioning and have less pollution.

An evaporative AC conditioner uses heat from the sun to cool the air. Hot and dry outside air is pumped through cooling pads soaked in water using an Evaporative Cooling Fan. The cooling pads evaporate water and absorb heat, which reduces the temperature of the air. The cool air is then circulated throughout the house by a fan through a network of conduits.

Remember that the cooled air in a house is not recirculating. This means that any door or window can be left open to allow air to escape.

But what are the benefits of Evaporated Air Conditioning?

Higher Indoor Air Quality

There is nothing worse than spending hours inside, breathing in stale air as the heat rises. Evaporative air conditioning provides fresh air. It supplies 100% outside air. This is in addition to providing superior energy efficiency over a refrigerated counterpart. The fan inside an evaporative conditioner draws outside air through the cooling pads. This cools the air and makes it free from pollen and impurities – which is a great benefit for allergy sufferers.


The downside to refrigerator cooling is that it can dry out the air inside your home and can also use chemicals that could cause damage to the environment. Evaporation cooling, on the other hand, cools the air using water without any chemicals.

Evaporative coolers are more efficient than refrigerated air conditioning in that the air is not recirculated.

Better For The Environment, Better Personally

Evaporative air conditioning is a way to help the environment and also provide fresh, natural, cool, filtered air. Evaporative air conditioners consume much less electricity than refrigerated systems. Therefore, fewer fossil fuels like coal and natural gas are used in the production of electricity. Evaporative AC systems do not contain harmful synthetic refrigerants Compared to refrigerated units which can use powerful greenhouse gases such as hydro fluorocarbons and chlorofluorocarbons which can deplete the ozone. One ducted reverse-cycle air conditioner could result in 1.5 tons of harmful CO2 being released into the atmosphere every year. This is due to its power consumption. Breezair’s evaporative air conditioner produces less than a tenth of that volume.

Easy Maintenance

Regular maintenance by qualified technicians will help ensure that the unit runs at peak efficiency and costs are low. It is easy to organize an evaporative cooling system through network service agents and dealers.

Water Use

Evaporative air conditioners require very little water. They use almost 98% less water per year than a regular shower.

Moisture Added To The Air

Evaporative air conditioning can be used to increase the moisture content of the air. This is particularly beneficial for those who live in dry climates and suffer from dry skin or difficulty breathing.

Flexible Securities

An evaporative AC conditioner has the advantage of allowing windows and doors to be opened. This is great news, especially for families with pets and children who often come in and out of the house. Security Relief Vents can be installed into a ceiling, so you can sleep peacefully knowing that all doors and windows will remain locked overnight.

Whisper Quiet Operation

A noisy air conditioner can be a nuisance in the middle of the night. Evaporative air conditioners are known for being extremely quiet. This is especially quiet.