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Bangkok Airport Water-Cooling Technology September 25, 2006

Posted by farshadf in Interesting, Uncategorized.
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The 44-year-in-the-making Suvarnabhumi airport will open up later this week, replacing Bangkok’s old Don Muang airport. Most interesting, this airport has no air conditioning, rather it uses a very eco-friendly “co-generation plant” system, or water-cooling as I like to call it. Cold water flows directly underneath the floors on all levels, keeping the air a steady 70 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit up to 8.2 feet above the ground.

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