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Air Cooling Principle


Evaporative air cooling is a natural, age-old practice.


People living in the desert use various methods of evaporative cooling (where evaporation of water is used to cool the air) when temperatures soar. The practice is not new - in the old days, people would often hand water-soaked bed sheets or blankets in windows and doorways and rely on natural wind or fans to pump air through the moist cloth to cool the room.


Evaporative air coolers - a refined concept of the age-old practice - provide an alternative to refrigerated air conditioning by being:


Winspeed only builds climate-friendly cooling solutions, we are contributing to the world going Green.
Find out what makes Winspeed' products green?


Green Cooling for a Cleaner and Better Tomorrow


Tomorrow’s world needs environment-friendly, energy conserving solutions and products. With increasing global warming and environmental degradation, people around the world recognise that businesses must act responsibly and offer green products to customers.


Winspeed enables people across the region to capitalise on eco–friendly, energy-saving air cooling technologies as a serious alternative to harmful and inefficient air-conditioners.


We believe an environment-friendly approach transcends commercial considerations and a cleaner environment is the best legacy one can leave behind for future generations. Winspeed’s power-saving technology is currently the only air cooling technology in the market that complies with international standards for product energy efficiency.  


Why natural evaporation lowers temperatures?


Evaporation takes place throughout the day. For example, we perspire in hot weather and the water vapour produced by sweating takes the heat away from our body as it is exposed to air. Whenever dry air passes over water, the water is absorbed by the air. That is why evaporative cooling naturally occurs near waterfalls, rivers, lakes and oceans. The hotter and drier the air, the greater is the water absorption.

Air Coolers vs. Air Conditioners


Air coolers are green.

Let us compare evaporative air coolers with air conditioners to find out what makes them green.


Air coolers consume up to 10 times less energy than ACs. They consume less electricity and can also work in low voltage areas. Monthly electricity / power bills are significantly lower.


Low Maintenance

Air coolers require low maintenance; you rarely need to summon a mechanic for maintenance or troubleshooting as in the case of ACs.


Environmental Friendly

Air coolers present significant environmental benefits with no harmful Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) emissions and very low power consumption.

Air coolers use fresh, clean air from the environment. They also allow you to keep windows open for better air circulation whereas ACs circulate stale air inside a sealed room

Go Green!

Power Saving Technology

At the heart of every one of our products is our power-saving technology.

  • We utilize high performance technology and innovation in design to achieve superior performance and dramatically reduce the energy consumed by our products.

  • Our energy-efficient products help consumers save money during purchase and as well as day–to-day maintenance.

Simplicity in Design

A remarkable feature of our products are their effortless design simplicity.

  • Our sleek models eliminate the bulk and noise that characterise conventional coolers.

  • They are more reliable and durable than conventional air coolers and extend the product's life-span.

  • The simplicity of our product design translates into a reliable, hassle-free air cooler that is easy to fix without compromising on style.

Carbon Footprint reduction

Winspeed is conscious about reducing carbon footprint in our offices.

  • We employ rigorous recycling practices in our offices and ensure that only essential documents are printed to conserve paper. 


Air coolers use fresh, clean air from the environment. They also allow you to keep windows open for better air circulation whereas ACs circulate stale air inside a sealed room.
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