Fresh air from outside is drawn into the home through the cooler located on the roof. The cooler has a water supply that wets four pads, the air is then drawn through resulting in the air being cooled through the process of evaporation. As an example , If you wet your finger and then blow on it you will feel the cooling effect of evaporative cooling.
This system is very effective in dry climates. The efficiency drops off as the humidity increases. We offer evaporative cooling services across Melbourne and Victoria.
This is the most effective form of cooling. The process is to transfer heat. Heat is absorbed into a refrigerant gas and dispersed in another area. In summer the heat in your home is collected by the refrigerant in the indoor Fan Coil Unit and dispersed outside through the condenser unit. The same basic principle as your refrigerator in the kitchen.
In winter a reverse cycle system can reverse this process very efficiently giving you heating inside the home.