Ducted Evaporative Cooling

Ducted evaporative air conditioning systems is for homeowners who want to chill their entire home using 100% fresh air and minimise operating costs while reducing environmental impact. Evaporative air conditioning uses evaporation to assist cool the air. Supported by the principles of evaporation, hot and dry outside air is pumped through water-soaked cooling pads. Because the air is pushed through the cooling pads, the water evaporates, and therefore the heat within the air is absorbed, which lowers the air temperature that next pushes the cool air throughout a house via a network of ducts. Evaporative cooling is also for businesses or warehouse operations who want to cool an outsized open space using fresh air and minimise their monthly power bill.

Ducted Evaporative Air Conditioning.

Ducted Evaporative cooling, is particularly well-suited to the dry West Australian climate. Unlike ducted reverse-cycle systems, which use refrigerated dried and chilled air, a ducted evaporative system uses the natural element of water to chill the air which isn't re-circulated. Air is drawn through water-laden filter pads via ducting in your roof and is pushed via pump system into your home. Windows are often left open to help expel hot air, maximising the efficiency of the evaporative cooling unit.

  • Eco-friendly system uses no CFC's and little power.
    • Lowest operating costs of any comparable system.
      • Economical purchase and installation costs.
      • Healthiest option, uses 100% natural, fresh air.
        • Advanced system management

Lion Aircon's ducted evaporative air conditioning systems are a number of the foremost environmentally friendly, affordable and accessible ways to chill your Perth home or office. Once you are ready to find reliable comfort, which will last you a great many years, contact us at Lion Aircon and Refrigeration. Cooling relief experts for typical dry weather.

An evaporative air conditioning works differently to standard air conditioning units. Fresh air is drawn into your home through water filtered pads. The cool air distributed into your home via ducting hidden within the roof, making it ideal for combating hot, dry weather, because the water-cooled air offers fresh relief. Additionally, the airconditioning units are placed either outside or hidden in your roof, meaning no unsightly assemblages are visible in your home.