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Condair to conduct evaporative cooling webinar

Attendees will learn the psychrometrics of evaporative cooling, review the three main strategies of AHU evaporative cooling and compare the latest evaporative cooling humidifier technologies, company says

| | May 18, 2021 | 3:09 pm
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DUBAI, UAE, 18 May 2021: Condair will be presenting a CIBSE-approved webinar, titled ‘Using humidifiers for evaporative cooling in AHUs’, at 3pm Gulf Standard Time on June 14, the company said through a Press release. Mahmoud Widyan, General Manager, Condair Middle East, and Dave Bull, Applications Manager, Condair Global Sales, will be leading the 45-minute session, the company added.

According to Condair, attendees will learn the psychrometrics of evaporative cooling, review the three main strategies of AHU evaporative cooling (direct, indirect and exhaust-air indirect), analyse the energy consumption figures for three real-life case study projects that employed these strategies, and compare the latest evaporative cooling humidifier technologies.

Widyan, who will be introducing the session, said, “A single adiabatic humidifier can provide up to 680kW of evaporative cooling to an AHU from as little as 0.3kW of consumed electrical energy. Their potential for delivering low-energy cooling to an air-handling unit is great, and we frequently see this application being employed in modern AHU designs. This webinar is an invaluable chance for consultants and building designers to explore how humidifiers can be used in AHUs to take advantage of this low-energy cooling method. The case studies also provide a clear understanding, beyond the theory and physics, of the actual energy savings that can be enjoyed.”

Condair said the presentation has been CIBSE-approved and is, therefore, independently verified to be unbiased, up-to-date and technically accurate. This accreditation also means attendees can accrue one hour CIBSE CPD (Continuous Professional Development) points, should they wish, Condair added.

Condair urged those interested in attending to visit www.condair.ae/webinars, in order to learn more and register for the session.


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