1. What is Breezair and its primary function?

Breezair is a brand of evaporative air coolers, designed to cool indoor or outdoor spaces by using the natural process of evaporation.

Breezair provides powerful and energy-efficient evaporative cooling solutions to large industries. Its industrial units are designed to handle large-scale spaces, such as factories, and warehouses. Breezair cooling system effectively reduces temperatures and maintains a comfortable working environment for employees to increase productivity and operational efficiency in industries

Breezair evaporative air coolers can typically achieve a temperature reduction of up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (11 degrees Celsius) in well-ventilated spaces

Breezair spot cooling refers to the targeted application of Breezair evaporative air coolers in specific areas or zones within a larger space. Instead of trying to cool an entire room or facility, spot cooling focuses on providing localized comfort to a particular area where cooling is most needed

Breezair offers a diverse range of air cooling solutions that cater to different environments, including Industrial, Commercial kitchens, Utility Areas, Automotive workshops, Zoos and Farms, and Outdoor cooling.

Yes. Outdoor areas have no walls to contain the cool air. These spaces would be impossible to cool using refrigerated air conditioning because this relies on recirculating and reusing air from a sealed area. Evaporative air conditioners can easily supply a flow of fresh and cool air to open and semi-open areas since the air is exhausted naturally.  

Refrigerated air conditioners tend to deliver less cooling as ambient temperatures rise, and eventually will end up failing altogether in extreme temperatures. The way evaporative air conditioning technology works, it continues to cool as temperatures rise. Evaporative cooler's performance also increases as temperatures rise – again, in complete contrast to refrigerated systems.

It is extremely important to properly manage water quality to extend the life of the pads and reduce maintenance

There are several options with ducted evaporative air conditioning, the most common being on the roof with simple “drop ducts” to deliver the air where you need it. Because evaporative cooling moves more air than refrigerated air conditioning, it’s usually easier to place cooling where you need it without extensive ductwork. You can contact one of our Commercial team by clicking here for further information.

No. The heat exchanger uses water (R-718), however no water comes in contact with supply air into the space, meaning no moisture is added to the fresh, cooled air as it enters the building.