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Open Circuit Cooling Towers

Key Features

  • Stainless Steel / FRP Construction
  • Internal Work Platform for Ease of Maintenance
  • Factory Assembled or Field Erect Designs.

Key Benefits

  • Easy Access for Maintenance
  • Low Noise Design
  • Reduced Energy Consumption

CHARACTERISTICS

Cross Flow, Axial Fan, Induced Draft

Key Features

Stainless Steel Construction

All models come standard in stainless steel/FRP configuration for increased durability and product longevity.

 

Internal Work Platform for Ease of Maintenance

All models come standard with an internal, ;ow level walkway and platform options are available for ease of access to all components throughout the unit.

 

Factory Assembled and Field Erect Designs.

Benefit from the convenience of factory assembled equipment or complete contruction to meet the needs of less accessible sites.

Key Benefits

Easy Access for Maintenance

A SST internal walkway and steel platforms with handrail are available to provide a permanent working surface for easy access to the internal components, motor and drive assemblies.

 

Low Noise Design

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

 

Reduced Energy Consumption

High efficiency electrical equipment options as standard provide for a high level of energy efficiency per kW of heat rejected.

Principle of Operation

 

Warm process water (1) from the heat source enters thewater distribution system (2) at the top of the cooling tower on both sides where it is distributed over the fill or heat transfer media(3). At the same time the axial fan (4), located at the top of the unit, draws the air (5)from the sides of the unit over the fill. While the warm process water contacts the cold air the latter heats up and part of the process water is evaporated which removes the heat from the remaining water. The sloping sump (6)or basin collects the cooled water after which it returns to the heat source of the process (7). The warm saturated air (8) first passes through the drift eliminators (9), which remove water droplets from the air, and then exits the tower at the top.

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