How coolers work
The operating principle of evaporative cooling is completely natural: the hot air passes through cellular cellulose panels which are wetted with water during the cooling cycle. By simple contact and the natural effect of evaporation, the heat contained in it is dissipated, generating a flow of fresh and natural air.
The air, filtered and cooled, takes away the heat from the environment, generating a feeling of cool relief as it happens in nature near the sea or near a waterfall.
Unlike the systems of air conditioning can be used with open windows, in large rooms and outdoors.