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Kimre - Model DRIFTOR - Cooling Tower Drift Eliminators

by Kimre, Inc.     based in Homestead, FLORIDA (USA)

Drift is water lost from cooling towers as liquid droplets are entrained in the exhaust air. The drift loss is independent of the water lost by evaporation. The drift loss may be expressed in units of lb/hr or percentage of circulating water flow. Drift eliminators are used to control this drift loss from the tower.

Myron L - Model CTCII™ - Conductivity / TDS Chemical Treatment Controller / Cooling Tower Controller

by Myron L Company     based in Carlsbad, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The unique circuitry of the CTCII Chemical. Treatment Controller guarantees accurate and reliable measurements. Drift free performance is assured by “field proven” electronics, including automatic DC offset compensation and highly accurate drive voltage.

Kimre - Model KON-TANE - Tower Packing

by Kimre, Inc.     based in Homestead, FLORIDA (USA)

Tower Packing is usually thought of as a mass of inert solid shapes dumped in a cylindrical column for the purpose of providing greater surface area for the gas and liquid in a wet scrubber to make contact. Structured tower packing is thought of in much the same manner, a series of stages are installed in a vertical tower to provide maximum ...

ECODYNE - Counterflow Cooling Towers

by Ecodyne Limited     based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Counterflow film fill cooling tower is the design most frequently specified by purchasers. Lower capital cost, generally lower evaluated operating cost, the Counterflow film fill tower uses high efficiency PVC film fill. Intended for industrial applications where water quality is controlled, the Counterflow film fill tower provides a low ...

Crossflow Cooling Towers

by Ecodyne Limited     based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The crossflow splash fill cooling tower utilizes open pan hot water distribution and crosscurrent air / water contact. Like the counterflow splash fill tower, this is best suited for applications where water quality is not controlled. Generally rated as higher capital and operating cost, this selection is best suited for special applications. ...

Wet and Dry Hybrid Cooling Towers

by SPIG S.p.A     based in Arona, ITALY

Over the years, the increasing attention towards environmental impact and safety issues, gave SPIG the opportunity to develop its Wet/Dry ( Hybrid ) Cooling Towers.In fact, due to constraints imposed by local regulations including safety concerns, Wet Dry technology is the viable and reliable solution.

Sea Water Cooling Towers

by SPIG S.p.A     based in Arona, ITALY

In the past, many process industries were located in coastal areas and were using once trough cooling systems such systems have a negative impact on the marine ecosystem, when discharging the water back to the sea at a higher temperature. More recently, stringent environmental regulations on industrial cooling water usage and discharge have made ...

Model FT Series - Fiberglass Cooling Towers

by Thermal Care, Inc.     based in Niles, ILLINOIS (USA)

These lightweight fiberglass cooling towers are designed for long life and low maintenance at a competitive price. FT Series towers are of a counter flow design, carefully engineered with the optimum combination of heat transfer media, uniform air flow and even water distribution. T

Model FC Series - Cooling Towers

by Thermal Care, Inc.     based in Niles, ILLINOIS (USA)

The FC Series cooling towers are designed for outdoor use in industrial manufacturing locations and come with the industry’s best warranty - ten years on the shell and five years on the complete tower – including the motor. Towers ship assembled with the fan motor and fan blade removed to prevent shipping damage.

Natural Draft Cooling Towers

by SPIG S.p.A     based in Arona, ITALY

Natural Draft Cooling Towers, also known as Hyperbolic Cooling Towers, are typically the preferred solution when processing large water flows such as in Power Plant applications. The working principle is that hot air moves upwards while cool air is drawn into the tower through an air inlet at the bottom.

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