In comfort and conditioning applications, such as HVAC for large buildings, let us now consider the different aspects linked to heat dissipation:
› ability to guarantee heat exchange performances while minimizing energy absorption and noise emission;
› environmental compatibility of materials;
› adequate machine layouts to adapt to narrow or enclosed spaces, or that must be concealed from view on roofs.
In many cases, with dissipation dry coolers we obtain important energy saving thanks to free cooling. The adoption of heat exchange solutions with water spray systems allows a significant extension of operation in free cooling mode.