Breezair : The energy efficient cooling system

November 15, 2023

With rising interest in energy efficiency and low carbon emission, an evaporative air conditioner like Breezair can be the right solution.

Breezair is an evaporative air conditioner  that only uses water as a refrigerant and a small amount of electricity to run.

It doesn’t use any chemical refrigerants that erode the ozone layer making this type of air conditioner  kind to the environment.


Breezair is far more efficient than traditional refrigerated systems. For instance, no matter how hot it gets outside, Breezair will use the same amount of power and still deliver cooled air inside the building.

This is in direct contrast to refrigerated systems which require increased amounts of power as the outside temperatures rise.

During the hottest parts of the day, humidity is lower. As a result, when this happens, an evaporative air conditioner can work at its best.

This is the reason an evaporative air conditioner’s performance increases as the temperatures rises.

Breezair Evaporative air conditioner performance increases as temperatures rise when humidity is lower


Birmingham Carbon Emissions and Breezair evaporative air conditioner reduced CO2 emmissions


Breezair is the perfect choice if you are looking for an industrial energy efficient cooling solution.

Breezair range of evaporative coolers, is one of the most environmentally beneficial methods of cooling available. This evaporative air conditioner offers a range of health benefits.

We have worked hard to ensure the technology in each Breezair unit is industry-leading.

Therefore, every customer that chooses to use evaporative cooling is assured it’s safer for the environment, compared to refrigerated air conditioning.

Every time a customer chooses a Breezair Evaporative Cooler, the benefits for the environment are significant

  • Lower electricity usage
  • Zero production of CFCs or HFCs
  • Less Greenhouse Gas Production

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