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Aefyt’s Evaporative Refrigeration Group claims the use of water as a natural refrigerant
The article begins by recalling how this type of technology is capable of increasing energy efficiency, making responsible use of water and thus contributing to environmental sustainability.
Likewise, it reiterates how cooling towers and evaporative condensers reduce the expense associated with both the generalized use of air conditioning and the cold required in industrial processes, thus favoring energy savings in various sectors such as tourism, trade or industry.
Evaporative cooling significantly reduces energy consumption thanks to the efficiency of the process and the high energy performance it offers.
The use of water as a natural refrigerant guarantees protection of the environment, increasing energy efficiency and ensuring environmental and economic sustainability.
The use of water does not contribute CO2 emissions, favoring the reduction of the effects of climate change
98% of the water is reused, leaving 1% for evaporation and 1% for purging.
This equipment leaves behind a reduced water footprint (HH), an environmental indicator that evaluates the volume of fresh water used in the production of goods and services and, consequently, the economic and environmental cost of any product or service.
Control y Ventilacion, S.L. is a company of international renown within the industrial and livestock sector, for being a manufacturer of products within the evaporative cooling sector, such as the HUMIBAT, evaporative plastic cooler; or its NUCLEOS towers, Cooling Towers. In both products, the substrate in which the evaporative process is produced is a plastic honeycomb, a honeycomb resistant both to physical and chemical attacks, and at the same time flexible, a honeycomb with a mesh structure, made of polyethylene High Density, and marketed under the names of PANAL C & V or in the case of being a drop separator, SEPARADOR C & V .
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