Device for humidifying the intake air through adiabatic panels increasing the unit performance. Generalities:
- “PADS” panel used to distribute water over the unit air intake.
- Mounted and wired electrical switchboard; a speed controller installed inside the unit (R, I, U, D) regulates the adiabatic system.
- System drainage electrovalves.
- Safety thermostat for the system drainage during cold months.
- Pressure reducer to regulate the necessary pressure and valves for exhaust air regulation.
- Multilayer UV-resistant tubes.
- Humidity probe for ambient humidity control.
- Adiabatic temperature saturation is a thermodynamic property of humid air. It represents the temperature that can be achieved by air when it reaches the saturation condition through an adiabatic transformation.
- The adiabatic saturation temperature lowers - since evaporating water removes heat – though it is still higher than the dew temperature, as evaporation itself raises the partial pressure of water vapour.
Ambient Air Condition: TAMB
= 32,0°C Relative Humidity R.H. = 50%
Calculation Air Condition: TCALC
= 24,6°C Relative Humidity R.H. = 92%