Rain Maker

The ideal cooling system for poultry houses in regions with hot and dry summers.

Evaporative cooling system with plastic pads

RainMaker is a simple yet very effective pad cooling system developed by Big Dutchman for areas with hot and dry summers.
Requiring minimum installation and designed for simple supervision and maintenance. 

Rain Maker Diagram

Rain Maker Diagram

Frame System

RainMaker features an innovative frame system with top profile and pad retainer

Top profile with perforated pipe and deflector for an even distribution of water along the pads

Practical snap-retainers allow for a simple and quick replacement of the pads

RainMaker can be used with conventional cellulose (paper) pads or the new plastic cooling pads.

Cellulose pads are made of a special cellulose material that provides a large surface area for high cooling capacity. Chemical impregnation
protects the pads from the influence of weather

New Plastic Evaporative Cooling Pads

  • The cooling pad is made of durable plastic mesh. Its immense surface generates high cooling efficiency.
  • Hygiene optimized: use of high-pressure cleaners possible to wash off dirt or deposits.
  • Lower pressure drop (resistance to air flow) than comparable cellulose pads.
  • Standard pads are 6” thick, 23-1/2” wide.
  • Lengths are 3’, 4’, 5’, 6’, 7’ and 10’ (other sizes on request).
  • The weight is 2.25 lbs /sq ft (11 Kg/m2).
  • Operating range: from -4°F to 176°F (-20° C to +80°C)
  • UV – resistant
  • Recyclable
  • As the plastic cooling pads require a high volume of water, Big Dutchman highly recommends the use of these pads exclusively with its
    RainMaker system. Use of these pads in any other cooling system may severely limit performance. Plastic pads weight more than cellulose
    pads and therefore require additional support.
  • This product has a cooling performance that is inherent to this type of technology. The manufacturer neither claims nor warrants that
    its performance is comparable to any other cooling technology.
Rain Maker Diagram