Anti freeze resistances, exhaust steam piping or stopping the fans, a bunch of tricks to avoid water from freezing inside cooling towers during the cold season in extreme climate areas.
Energy saving and improved efficiency thanks to power consumption insights in utilities for temperature regulation, the advantages of condition monitoring in thermoregulating units.
Cooling towers on the market today are all equipped with everything to make them legionella-free, such as self-draining basins, absence of water stagnation and chemicals dosing systems for water treatment.
Often associated with news about pollution, emissions and environment, the huge plume coming out of the top of cooling towers is nothing but water vapor.
Adiabatic free cooling using water at the temperature of 25° C for the wire drawing process in steel industry, high efficiency cooling with water in closed-circuit also during the warmer season.
Drift separators in cooling towers are components aimed to contain water consumption in evaporative towers, the thermoformed type is the most employed, usually made in plastic materials.
Filling pack options in cooling towers, film filling and splash filling, characteristics and advantages of the two filling systems ensuring cooling efficiency in evaporative towers.
Nozzles for water distribution system on filling packs in cooling towers, have to guarantee low pressure drop, no-clogging and ensuring the best water distribution pattern.
Functioning and characteristics of cooling towers in cooling water for industrial processes, taking advantage of water evaporation and latent heat of vaporization with a contained energy consumption.
Dry cooler, air/water exchangers employing ambient air for water or process fluid cooling, in self draining version to avoid the risks of freezing during the cold winter season.