History

The history of evaporative cooling

An earlier form of air cooling collector was already used in Persia thousands of years ago.

A wind collector or wind tower is a traditional Persian architectural element to create natural ventilation in buildings.
The wind in the form of wind axes is on the roof.

They took the wind that passed through the underground water of a qanat (water channel) and discharged it into a building by cooling the air.
Nowadays the wind collector is changed by the evaporative cooler, which is a more natural and environmental cooler.

An evaporative cooler (also known as swamp cooler) is a device that cools the air through the evaporation of water.

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