Given its relevance, we echo the article published in the following link:

AEFYT emphasizes the importance of evaporative cooling in water-scarce environments

The article begins by pointing out 4 important premises in relation to evaporative cooling:

  • The Evaporative Refrigeration Group of AEFYT emphasizes the importance of evaporative cooling in environments with water scarcity
  • The operating principle of evaporative cooling allows, from a natural solution such as water, to address some of the main challenges of sustainable development
  • The treatment that these teams carry out of the water contributes to the care of the environment, favoring the reduction of the effects of climate change
  • Evaporative cooling is especially useful in water-scarce environments thanks to the savings and use it makes of this resource

Cooling towers and evaporative condensers use water as the main element in the cooling process. Good maintenance of this equipment guarantees, in turn, the quality of the water and the socio-sanitary safety.

It is a clean and environmentally friendly technology, favoring the reduction of consumption and improving the use of water. They leave behind a small water footprint which is a benefit in line with water security.

Thus, evaporative cooling is one of the most effective alternatives in the field of refrigeration.


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 takes place is a self-made 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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