High Pressure Cooling
The high-pressure cooling is a spray cooling system, that feeds misty water at a pressure of max. 70 bar, through high pressure nozzles to the stable air. The sprayed water mist is so fine that it evaporates immediately.
During this process, heat energy is extracted from the hot air, resulting in the quick cooling of the stable air. Due to this cooling effect, the ventilation rate can be decreased, which favors the saving of energy.
Already 3 minutes after you start your new high-pressure cooling system, you can feel on your own breath that the air has become noticeably better in the barn. This is the only type of dust dampening that is documented to be effective with a reduction in dust concentration of up to 90%.