The reality is that we consume more and more energy every day. We do it almost automatically: getting up and leaving the light on, not removing that plug we no longer need, ... without taking into account the damage we can cause to the environment. For example, inappropriate energy use leads to an increase in CO2 emissions, which increases greenhouse gases and therefore prevents the sun's heat from escaping.
There is nothing more sustainable than what already exists, which is why at Captain Denim we use every last drop of water, literally. We only need the residual steam from the dryers to heat our factory. But how do we do it?
Thanks to Fan Coil or Ventiloconvector technology, a sustainable air-conditioning method, we are able to move towards increasingly circular processes.
This system replaces water radiators, which require a gas boiler. A fan coil works through a heat exchanger, which collects the steam from the dryer, which, when it cools down, turns it into hot water. At this point, air enters at the bottom and a fan pushes the air into the coil or heat exchanger. It is then conveyed by a pump through the ducts that air-condition the factory.
Thanks to this air-conditioning system, the water is always being reused, thus completing a continuous cycle.