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A 100% natural principle!
Why is the temperature lower near water? Because the energy needed to evaporate the water is extracted from the hot air, which as a result cools down. This natural principle therefore makes it possible to cool the air as soon as its temperature increases.
To reproduce the natural principle of evaporation, a fan is used which passes the hot air through a humid exchanger. Operation is therefore simple: a fan, a water tank, a circulation pump, and cellulose exchangers. There is no risk of humidity saturation, as the air is constantly renewed (a hygrostat can also regulate the device).
Evaporative cooling documentation