In view of the extreme temperatures going on in the world, scientific requirements and increasingly comprehensive nature of industrial applications, the evaporating cooling pads were developed for aiding various industrial processes and facilitating the temperature control mechanisms of both households and commercial units. In this article, we would be discussing the evaporating cooling pads functions and their applications in different industries.
In order to understand the evaporating cooling pads functions and features, you must have an idea of the underlying principle in terms of its functionality. As the water is evaporated, the energy is lost from the air, which decreases the temperature. Two kinds of temperatures bear significance when it comes to evaporating cooling system of the cooling pads.
- Dry Bulb temperature
This is the temperature which we normally think of as air temperature, gauged by the regular thermometer, exposed to the air flow.
- Wet Bulb temperature
This is the least temperature that can be attained just by the water evaporation.
When taking into consideration the water evaporation into the air, the wet bulb temperature, as relative to the air’s dry bulb temperature is the measure of the tendency for evaporating cooling. The wet and dry bulb temperature can also be used for calculating the comparative humidity. Evaporation would occur when the humidity goes beyond 100 percent and the air starts to absorb water. Any of the given air volumes can sustain the specific amount of water vapors and the extent of the absorption would be based on the quantity it is already entailing. The humidity means how much water is present already in the air, relative to the one that the air is currently holding.
Evaporative cooling pads are heavily being used in construction, HVAC, electronics and IT industry along with the household applications for cooling down the temperature of the interiors.