Evaporative Air Conditioning
Evaporative air conditioning works on displacement of the internal volume of a building.
During it’s operation the volume was displaced via doors and windows when the building was occupied otherwise security concerns had doors and windows closed and the system could not be left operational when the building was left unattended.
Condor Ventilation has released a ventilation system that allows owners of evaporative air conditioners to have doors and windows closed when using their climate control system when the building was unattended.
By channeling the flow of air air up into the roof via pressure responsive air relief ceiling register/s and adjustable ceiling registers, and then out of the attic space through a specially designed Condor roof ventilator you are able to maximise the return on running costs and as a consequence reduce overall operational costs.
The Condor Roof Ventilator also performs as a stand alone unit in that it ventilates the roof independently when the air conditioner is not operating. This function also reduces the demand on your air conditioner, not to mention reducing the heat pressure on the ducting.
Insulation is not overloaded and which improves performance.