AIR WASHERS: A New Look at a Vintage Technology

El-Morsi, M.; Klein, S.A.; Reindl, D.T.
October 2003
ASHRAE Journal;Oct2003, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p32
Academic Journal
Discusses advances in air washers, spray-type air conditioners. Direct-contact spray coolers; Major components in an air washer air-handling unit; Temperature and humidity control; Air-side filtration. INSET: Developing Direct Contact Spray Coolers..


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