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What is Evaporative Fluid Cooling?

Evaporative Condenser Cooling


This “Fluid” Tower is designed and fitted with a copper Freon Heat Exchanger coil  that cools the refrigerant directly. This solution is most commonly used when the Tower is very close to the Freon lines. Can be retro fitted in a Residential, Small Retail store, or Commercial building.


Evaporative Sub Cooling


This “Fluid” Tower is designed and fitted with a copper bare tube Water coil and is used for the closed loop system, combined with a specifically designed Freon to Water Heat Exchanger that is installed in the refrigerant circuit. Water coming from a Tower to the Heat Exchanger cools the Freon. This solution is most always used in Commercial Roof Top Units (RTU) Retro Fits , Swimming Pool Geothermal Sources, and Geothermal Hot Loops, where the Tower can be installed , if needed, away from visible view and in Residential Multi Zone applications utilizing only One Tower. A “Fluid” Tower can be installed inline to Sub Cool Geothermal Hot Ground Loops. This saves on costly copper piping and Freon.

One  technology evolves around an Evaporative Fluid Cooling tower. There are two types of towers, Evaporative Condenser Cooling and Evaporative Sub Cooling. The only difference is the way an approach is needed to fit your needs. Both approaches offers you the most efficient cost effective and economical energy solution. Works in both New and Retro Fit applications.

Evaporative fluid cooling is the evaporation of a liquid, typically into the air, cools an object or a liquid it comes in contact with. Latent heat describes the amount of heat that is needed to evaporate the liquid; this heat comes from the liquid itself and the surrounding gas and surfaces.


When considering water evaporating into air, the wet-bulb temperature, as compared to the air's dry-bulb temperature, is a measure of the potential for evaporative cooling. The greater the difference between the two temperatures, the greater the evaporative cooling effect. When the temperatures are the same, no wet evaporation of water in air occurs, thus there is no cooling effect.

This technology has been used for years in the larger industrial, hospitals, and commercial business. Companies have developed various sizes and styles. With new enhancements and technology this one phenomena has been able to direct its value to save real money on high energy consumption products.

Thermco Energy Systems