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How the Breezer works

Water is sprayed on the back of the plate. The rotation speed and plates create wave-like contours. These contours allow the water to break up into very fine ligaments. The process of these fine ligaments crushing against the plates results in the creation of mist. The mist is forced into the high speed airstream, colliding with it to create water vapour. The water vapour molecules then break up. The energy required to break up the molecules is heat being removed from the air. The principle behind this process is similar to how oceans and waterfalls cool their surrounding environment. By adopting the oldest, safest, and most efficient cooling mechanism created by nature, this system can maintain the highest level of environmental standards.

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