Portable cooling systems from Climate Australia are helping industrial
and commercial sites across Australia cool large areas of space and maintain
optimal temperature in the harsh heat of the summer.
The rising temperature in summer can spell disaster in the industrial or
construction sector as sites are forced to shut down once the mercury hits 40
degrees Celsius. These shutdowns not only disrupt schedules but also cause revenue
Climate Australia’s industrial cooling systems work by sucking in fresh
air through specially designed and manufactured wet filters, which is then
expelled through the fan as cold air to cool down large areas of space. The
largest model, the WM36, boasts a maximum airflow of 26,000 cubic metres per
hour and a heavy-duty 880W power output, making them ideal for sporting venues or
Climate Australia’s portable cooling systems are designed to allow a constant
flow of cooling, fresh and healthy air unlike conventional air-conditioning systems
that recycle the same stale air. The portable cooling systems are available in
three sizes of 55L, 70L and 130L to cool areas ranging from 50-100m² up to
200-300m² with the WM36.
In addition to fresh cool air, Climate Australia’s portable cooling
systems also offer several benefits over conventional cooling methods including
lower running costs at only 19c an hour, eight times lower than traditional
methods, resulting in greatly reduced electricity bills; suitable for buildings
and sites not designed to accommodate traditional air conditioning; ease of
installation with the unit requiring a water supply and a standard electrical
point to operate; and portability allowing the unit to be positioned anywhere
and easily transported, being mounted on wheels.
Climate Australia’s industrial cooling systems are effective even when
doors and windows are open, ensuring hot air, smoke and unpleasant odours can be
expelled with ease. At outdoor events or construction sites, misters can be
adapted to enhance the cooling system with a fine mist spray.