Cool Podcast from Condair

Humidity control specialist, Condair, has published a new podcast about how humidifiers can provide economic evaporative cooling in air handling units.

The 10-minute interview with Dave Marshall-George, Sales Director at Condair, sees Dave explaining the different strategies available for using humidifiers for cooling in AHUs, as well as the opportunities and limitations each strategy presents. He also outlines a real life case study that illustrates the energy saving benefits of a direct air evaporative cooling design used in a recent telecommunications AHU project.

The podcast was produced in association with BusinessNet Explorer and can be listened to from Condair’s website, Condair.co.uk, or can be found on Apple iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud and Google Podcasts by searching for “Condair podcast”.

The podcast is Condair’s first published podcast, as Dave Marshall-George explains, “Podcasts are a great way for engineers to listen and learn whilst in their car or on their way to work. We wanted to engage with this bite-sized learning channel to deliver useful information on a topic we are seeing more and more interest in from consultants and AHU companies. Our short podcast on evaporative cooling is very easy listening and perfect for a 10-minute coffee break escape.”

For anyone wanting more information on the subject of using humidifiers for evaporative cooling in air handling units, Dave Marshall-George will be delivering a 1-hour CIBSE approved webinar on the topic at 2pm on 29/09/21. To register for this, visit Condair.co.uk/webinars.

The Condair Group is the world’s leading specialist in humidification and evaporative cooling, with energy efficient, hygienic and innovative technologies for commercial, industrial and heritage applications. Condair is represented in the UK by Condair Ltd, which offers system design, manufacture, supply, installation, commissioning, maintenance and spares. You can find out more by visiting the company’s website at www.condair.co.uk.

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