- Lowers ambient air temperature
- Increases air density
- Minimum pressure loss
- Enhances engine efficiency
- Improves output
- Raises fuel efficiency
When evaporative cooling is applied to combustion air intakes, it serves to lower the heat and enhance engine efficiency by increasing the air density.
Improve Output and Fuel Efficiency
Increased air density has the effect of raising specific mass flow rate through the engine, improving output and fuel efficiency.
A further effect is the reduction of emissions of oxides of nitrogen.
Evaporative cooler media has a long life with minimum pressure loss.
Air-to-water contact is achieved in a fluted media. The large fluted openings are positioned to create the maximum evaporating interface between the air and wetted surfaces. This permits minimal pressure loss and negligible water carryover.
AAF uses highly efficient AmerVanes to prevent free water passing into the intake system. These vertical droplet catchers are industry-leading in water droplet efficiency.
AAF's Active Filter Management reports back cooler parameters to the AAF Data Centre, ensuring that the cooler is being monitored regularly.
AAF can provide experience Site Supervisors or a complete turnkey service, with ongoing technical support.
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