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.
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.
Significant cost savings thanks to reduced energy consumption and no maintenance costs with EC motors in retrofit on refrigerated counters, evaporators and chillers in supermarkets.
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.
How does it work a chiller, simply employing a thermal transfer cycle through compression, evaporation and a condenser with a refrigerant gas as thermal vector and using heat exchangers.
A refrigerator with a condenser/heater exchanger and an evaporator/cooler exchanger in reversible cycle at season’s change, that’s how a heat pump works providing both heating and conditioning.
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