Expert Cooling Tower Rehabilitation
Central air conditioning systems use water to remove heat from air conditioning equipment. If fresh city water were used to cool such systems, each large office building would use millions of gallons of water daily to provide comfort cooling. Of course, this is not the case. Instead, water is pumped to a device called a cooling tower - essentially a huge box where warm water is sprayed against air driven by large fans. As a small portion of this water evaporates, it cools the remaining water enough to be reused. After years of operating in a hostile environment, cooling towers deteriorate physically and mechanically. As they age, cooling towers suffer failures of important structural components that can stop an air conditioning system.