Adiabatic cooling of buildings
Using rainwater to save 80% energy for building cooling and costs for water softening systems.
In the current global warming situation, it is becoming increasingly important to provide economical cooling systems that use resource-saving technologies. Adiabatic cooling plays a decisive role in this context.
System design adiabatic cooling and rainwater harvesting
The rainwater is pre-filtered via the self-cleaning, highly efficient PURAIN filter. To ensure the highest possible supply reliability, speed-controlled RAINMASTER Favorit SC units are used.
Via a floating intake filter, the particularly economical and quiet RAINMASTER Favorit SCs draw the cleanest water from the hybrid tank and supply consumers such as toilets, cleaning systems and the garden with valuable, clear and low-lime rainwater. In the event of a water shortage, drinking water is automatically replenished via the DVGW-tested RAINMASTER.
The AQUALOOP membrane filtration uses membranes with a pore size of 0.02µm, which not only retain inorganic particles of corresponding size but also germs.
Thus, rainwater can be optimally used to operate the adiabatic cooling system.