Industrial cooling systems

Cooling systems are designed to refresh the air that circulates in large spaces such as warehouses, businesses or industries, where air conditioners would not be functional.

These are systems usually positioned on the ceiling or roof of a large room; their role is to suck in the air circulating from the outside by pushing it inside, after it has passed through filters that are constantly wet with water in the pipes.

In this way the cooled air can be distributed towards the floor, to be perceived by the workers.

The same system also performs the reverse function of sucking in the overheated air, which is pushed outside.

Thus two parallel and opposite flows are created: the first which conveys fresh air inwards and the second which pushes overheated air towards the outside.

Considered a leading company in the sector, B.S. Impianti has been dealing with industrial plant engineering for over twenty years, designing and creating technologically advanced systems that comply with current regulations.

Advantages of industrial cooling systems

Industrial cooling systems are much more advantageous and convenient than air conditioners, both for their performance and for the convenience of costs.

In fact, they need a very limited energy supply, while cooling very large volumes such as those of industries or sheds.

A particularly appreciated advantage is that of not forcing the closure of doors and windows, since the air flows still occur.

These plants guarantee a low environmental impact, since they are not polluting and therefore respect the ecosystem, above all since they do not contribute to the depletion of non-renewable resources.

Thanks to their operation based only on physical forces, the formation of condensation inside the refreshed structures is avoided, with obvious advantages for the well-being of the operating personnel.

What are industrial cooling systems used for?

Industrial cooling can exploit the circulation of air on the floor, which allows a homogeneous distribution over all the available internal space, thanks to the tendency of the cold air to remain at the level of the lower layers.

There are no emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, as the air flows are produced by non-polluting devices.

The air you breathe inside sheds or industries is undoubtedly better and more purified than that obtained from air conditioners, since the humidity rate is practically zero.