Cellulose Kraft type paper coated with rigidifying saturants, anti-rot, wetting, adhesive and aromatic additives.
Special water absorbent paper made with low inoculants (additives for paper manufacturing) 110 grams/square meter
2” and 4” thickness also available
These systems take advantage of the natural cooling effect of evaporation to combat seasonal dips in production caused by heat stress
Smooth cut on evaporative cooling parts smooth edges (no burrs) clean cut reduces pressure drops
Proprietary two part cross adhesive-better water absorption through the wetting process-more cooling efficiency than competitors
Precise flute angles-provides better cooling transfer efficiencies-the correct angles put more water on the entering side of the pad where the air in hot, dry and dusty
Quick dry-dries quickly to prevent the growth of moisture related microorganisms
Cooling efficiency-more efficiency per cubic foot-structurally rigid (no gaps) double angle pitch (provides greater water distribution over the pads) ratio number of degrees of cooling vs wet bulb depression performed better than competitors
6 in THK
1 side edge guard coated
Manufactured for a long life in the toughest conditions
3/4 in coating one side
Our cool cell pads are made with heavyweight saturation-grade kraft paper designed for high water absorption rates
This specialty kraft paper is also formulated for consistent resin pick up
Consistent dura edge (black edge) coating-more resistant to minerals and algae-easier to clean-greater protection against mineral buildup and contaminants
Cellulose Kraft type paper impregnated with rigidifying saturants, anti-rot additives, wetting additives, adhesive and aromatic additives
Cellulose Kraft type paper, special water absorbent paper made with low encolants (additives for paper manufacturing) 110 grams / square meter.
Priced, Functional and Reliable are important characteristics for Arctic Air Evaporative Pads
Operating Maintenance - is defined as maintaining clean water (clean well water or chlorinated city water) and proper pH levels, as well as the following list of maintenance items.
Operating Maintenance - Dry pads every 24 hours to prevent algae buildup
Reasonable Water Quality - is defined as proper pH levels between 6-8 pH Alkalinity (as calcium carbonate) No chlorine use above 1 ppm.