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  • 1

    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.
  • 2

    Heavy Duty Construction

    • Z600 hot-dip galvanised steel panels.
  • 3

    Access Door

    • Circular access door.
  • 4

    Recirculating Spray Pump

    • Close coupled, bronze fitted centrifugal pump.
    • Totally enclosed fan cooled (TEFC) motor.
    • Bleed line with metering valve installed from pump discharge to overflow.
  • 5

    Fan Drive System

    • V-belt drive.
    • Heavy-duty bearings and fan motor.
  • 6

    Centrifugal Fan(s)

    Quiet operation

  • 7

    Water Distribution System

    • Plastic spray header and branches.
    • Large orifice, non-clog nozzles.
    • Grommeted for easy maintenance.
  • 8

    Coil

    • Continuous serpentine, steel tubing.
    • Hot-dip galvanised after fabrication (HDGAF).
    • Sloped tubes for free drainage of fluid.
    • Designed for max. 10 bar operating pressure according to PED.

Series V VFL

Closed Circuit Cooling Towers

Key Features

  • High Static Fans
  • Compact Construction
  • External Fan Drive System

Key Benefits

  • Low Height
  • Easy Installation
  • Low Noise Design

Characteristics

Counter Flow, Centrifugal Fan, Forced Draft

Key Features

High Static Fans

The exclusive use of fans with a high static tolerance allows for flexibility when installing in tight areas.

Compact Construction

Increased efficiency through clever design allow for a more compact package per kW of heat rejected.

External Fan Drive System

Externally located fan drive systems allow for both ease of maintenance and reduced downtime during servicing.

Key Benefits

Low Height

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

Easy Installation

Multiple configuration options allow for ease of transport and installation on site, reducing time during installation, and cost of delivery.

Low Noise Design

Consideration taken for fan type, location and air flow requirements help to improve the noise output of these products.

Principle of Operation

VFL Principle of Operation

Warm process fluid (1) enters through a heat exchange coil (2) and gets water sprayed on by the spray system (3) at the top of the cooling tower. At the same time the centrifugal fan (4) blows ambient air upwards (5) through the tower. During operation, heat is transferred from the internal circuit coil to the water, and then to the atmosphere as a portion of the water that evaporates. The cooled fluid then exits(6) the unit. The tower sump (7) or basin collects the remaining spray water. The spray water pump (8) recirculates the water up to the water spray system. The warm saturated air (9) leaves the tower through the drift eliminators (10), which remove water droplets from the air.

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