Introduction of Cooling Pad


Product Features:

1) High evaporation efficiency.
2) Superior wetting properties.
3) Low pressure drop when pad is wet, leading to lower running costs.
4) Long life time.


Evaporation cooling pad can be used for many different cooling purposes, such as workshop, livestock, greenhouse, gardening, etc.

Working Principle:

The water evaporation Need to absorb heat. According to this principle, when the water under the action of gravity by wet curtain flowing downwards, the upside in the corrugated fiber surface will form a water film; When wet curtain air flowing through the water in the water film can absorb heat from the air after the evaporation, to take away a lot of latent heat, reduce after wet curtain of air temperature, cooling and humidifying cooling purposes.


Materials: paper material is original of JIAMUSI (north of China). It’s pure and fresh. Paper is stronger,less crush and better saturation, etc.

Glue: what we used is less Benzene and less aldehyde, that is why our cooling pad no odor, and environment friendly. and we are planing to do completely without benzene and aldehde.

Lighting Processor: what we do is whole processor lighting. Long time lighting is capable of cooling pad full dry. If not dry , cooling pad easy broken after soaking for long time.

What is Grills and Inducting?

Air quality inside any building is really important for the health, comfort and productivity of the people inside. It has a much bigger impact than people might think. You may not even notice air quality until you’ve gone from a place where the air flow is wrong, to a place where it has been designed to create a comfortable environment.
An effective HVAC system needs to be made up of the correct components, positioned perfectly in each room in a building to ensure an even air distribution.
Different types of buildings, whether they are for healthcare, education, offices or domestic use, all require different types of air flow and air diffusion.
The correct placement of grilles and diffuses plays an important role in getting the air distribution spot on so you can enjoy a good night’s rest in a hotel or to make sure your cold doesn’t bug you at work.
Architects, consultants and developers working on a new build or a renovation project, want to create the perfect air flow for the requirements of their building, so it’s important to know the difference between grilles and diffusers and what they do.
Grilles can be used to either supply or return air, coming usually in a fixed blade or adjustable format. Adjustable blade versions can direct air in multiple directions if required by the installation and can vary from horizontal air flow to almost vertical.
Grilles can be used for different applications and are often installed in vertical surfaces such as walls or doors.
Aesthetics also need to be considered when specifying a grille. Grilles can be designed not only to meet air distribution requirements, but also fit in with the overall design look of a development, something which architects tell us really helps to integrate the devices into their