Evaporative cooling systems are used as a low-cost cooling system in regions where the air temperature is high and in plant production greenhouses demanding low ambient temperature.
The working principle of the fan-pad cooling systems is discharged by suctioning the air in the greenhouse with the help of high suction capacity exhaust fans located on the greenhouse exterior. With this air circulation, the hot air in the greenhouse is discharged. Instead of the discharged air, the air sucked into the greenhouse is cooled by ensuring that it passes through the cooling pads placed on the greenhouse exterior. Pad surfaces are kept constantly wet with the circulation pump.