Expert: Indirect evaporative cooling on the rise in UAE

Australia-headquartered Seeley International says that owners are turning to innovative indirect evaporative cooling technology in the UAE

Peter McBratney, general manager, Climate Wizard.
Peter McBratney, general manager, Climate Wizard.

Australia-headquartered Seeley International says that owners are turning to innovative indirect evaporative cooling technology in the UAE.

Businesses of all types across the Middle East and further are constantly looking for innovative cooling solutions that offer energy saving and power demand reduction potential to keep operating costs down and reduce environmental impact, stated Seeley International.

The company claims that its product Climate Wizard employs indirect evaporative heat exchangers that cool the air, without adding moisture, to previously unattainably low temperatures.

Peter McBratney, general manager Climate Wizard told MEP Middle East: “If businesses are serious about reducing their energy use, then it is important that they embrace new technologies such as indirect evaporative cooling – especially given that traditional vapour compression technology has not advanced to any great extent over recent years.”

McBratney added: “We know Climate Wizard works at its best in some of the most extreme places on the planet, so a commercial business should consider investing in indirect evaporative cooling options if they want to enjoy outstanding performance.”

The entire article will appear in the 1208 issue of MEP Middle East, which will be out on the first week of August 2017.

 

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