It is the cooling system provided by the evaporation of water. Evaporative cooling occurs whenever hot air comes into contact with water.
As the water in contact with the hot air evaporates, it absorbs the heat of the air and lowers the temperature. In the evaporative cooling logic, the air is cooled by contacting the air with as much water as possible (wet surface).
The evaporative cooler has large surface cooler pads. The water in the pool of the cooling unit is distributed over the cellulosic honeycombs with a circulation pump and the pads are kept wet all the time. Natural evaporation process occurs and a comfortable environment is provided with fresh and cold air. Fresh air, which is humidified by passing over the pads, is blown into the room through the duct, thus cooling the environment.
Evaporative cooling is water to evaporate quickly, in other words, moisture. As the water given to the space evaporates, it heats the process and in this way the temperature of the environment decreases.