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  • 1

    Drive Train

    • Easy Access to drives and belts for inspection and adjustment.
    • Stainless steel shaft.
    • Heavy duty bearings.
  • 2

    Fan

    Axial Fans. Small tip clearance tolerance. Low air inlet velocity. Minimum noise.
  • 3

    Roofdeck

    Smooth faced air entry fan cylinders. Close manufacturing tolerances allow for small tip clearance providing increased efficiency.
  • 4

    Water Distribution System

    Low pressure stationary type nozzles. Heavy duty PVC spray branches are grommeted to facilitate removal and cleaning.
  • 5

    Louvres

    • Removal of the louvres provides access to all sides of the cold water basin for inspection, cleaning and maintenance.
  • 6

    Make-up Assembly

    Adjustable water make-up assembly, over flow and quick fill connections are supplied standard.
  • 7

    Strainer

    Stainless steel construction, anti-vortex design.
  • 8

    Cold Water Basin

    The cold water basin is made of fibreglass reinforced polyester (FRP) and extra reinforced in critical areas. Sloped basin sides with smooth internal finish for easy cleaning.
  • 9

    Coil

    Available in either hit-dip galvanised steel or stainless steel. Designed in accordance with AS2971 and manufactured within an ISO:9001 certified Quality Assurance Program. Each coil is pressure tested to 2750 kPa after fabrication.
  • 10

    Drift Eliminators

    • UV resistant non-corrosive material, impervious to rot, decay and biological attack.
    • Three distinct changes in air direction to reduce drift loss significantly.
    • Assembled in easy to handle sections, which can be removed for access to the equipment interior.
  • 11

    Access Door

    The large access door is easily removable to provide complete access to drift eliminators, spray system and coil. Larger units are equipped with anchor points to secure door when removed.
  • 12

    Motor

    Models RCC0505 to RCC0707 utilise direct drive motor. Larger units have the fan motor outside of the moist discharge air stream, and use belt drives. Belts provide reliability and long service life with low maintenance requirements.

RC Series RCF

Closed Circuit Cooling Towers

Key Features

  • Pultruded Fiberglass Construction
  • Full Size Access Panel
  • Highly Configurable Design

Key Benefits

  • Robust Construction
  • Easy Access for Maintenance
  • Low Height

Characteristics

Counter Flow, Axial Fan, Induced Draft

Key Features

Pultruded Fiberglass Construction

The use of high strength Pultruded Composite components for the primary structure combined with B.A.C.’s patented Bonded Panel to Post Connection offers many advantages over conventional hand laid or chopped strand fibreglass construction methods. Pultruded composites possess a superior strength to weight ratio of up to five times that of chopped strand fibreglass.

Full Size Access Panel

The large access panel is fitted with easily removable knobs. Removing the access panel does not require any tools or dismantling of the unit structure, providing unparalleled access to all of the internal components for inspection, cleaning and maintenance.

Highly Configurable Design

The product has been designed to be highly configurable to make installation easier. The ability to select motor and connection locations saves installation piping and wiring costs.

Key Benefits

Robust Construction

High level build materials along with exceptional design standards assist in creating a highly reliable and consistent product.

Easy Access for Maintenance

Special considerations taken into account during the design process  make for ease of access during maintenance. This in turn allows for reduced costs during servicing from both mechanic’s time and unit “down time”.

Low Height

Reduced height design, allowing for placement in spaces where other product would become more visible.

Principle of Operation

1. Air In
2. Air Out
3. Fluid In
4. Fluid Out
6. Cold Water Basin
7. Water Distribution System
8. Coil
9. Spray Water Pump
10. Eliminators

Closed circuit cooling towers operate in a manner similar to open cooling towers, except that the heat load to be rejected is transferred from the process fluid (the fluid being cooled) to the ambient air through a heat exchange coil. The coil serves to isolate the process fluid from the outside air, keeping it clean and contamination free in a closed loop. This creates two separate fluid circuits: (1) an external circuit, in which spray water circulates over the coil and mixes with the outside air, and (2) an internal circuit, in which the process fluid circulates inside the coil. During operation, heat is transferred from the internal circuit, through the coil to the spray water, and then to the atmosphere as a portion of the water evaporates.

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