• What are the advantages of Dry to Cool?

  • Dry to Cool cools by the evaporation of water and uses low temperature heat for air drying. Only a small amount of electrical energy is used for the fans. The dryer makes sure that the is enough cooling capacity, even in humid conditions. If there is no cooling required, highly efficient heat recovery takes place. Every Dry to Cool climate system therefore gives the following advantages:

    • Very large energy savings
    • Use of natural refrigerants (water)
    • Comfortable indoor climate, the whole year through

    This allows for many advantages for the uses and owner of the building, such as:

    • A high energy- and sustainability performance for the building, which results in a higher building value.
    • The severe F-gases policy on restricting the use of F-gases is not applicable to Dry to Cool.
    • Cost savings on maintenance, by limiting the amount of moving parts and not using any F-gases.
    • Cost savings on energy by a high energy performance on cooling and a high efficient heat recovery.
    • Cost savings due to a smaller the electricity connection.
    • Satisfied users of the building, due to a healthy and comfortable indoor climate.
    • Straightformward installation and maintenance.
    • Applicable for both renovation and new construction.
    • Subventions and grants due to the energy efficiency and sustainability.