The AIR COOLER is an adiabatic cooling unit associated with double-flow mechanical ventilation. The adiabatic cooling process of the Air Cooler is based on the evaporation of humidity.
In summer, the principle is to extract the heat from the stale air of the dwelling by passing through an adiabatic water exchanger and the heat exchanger of the double flow VMC.
It is a process that indirectly cools fresh air in a very energy-efficient and sustainable way. Consequently, this makes it possible to maintain a temperate indoor climate in summer (depending on the thermal performance of the accommodation, to be validated by a thermal study).
Transforming a double flow CMV heat exchanger into a "cooling" exchanger in summer