About Industrial Cooling Towers
Designed in a way to avoid environment hazardous, industrial cooling towers are the critical machineries used to dissipate waste heat into the atmosphere which is produced by various sources such as heat processing machinery, distillation columns, or cooling liquid in crystallization. Basically, they are used to absorb heat from the running fluid in the cooling water systems installed in power plants, food processing plants, oil refineries, natural gas plants, semi-conductor plants, etc.
Industries make use of large amount of water everyday, but their some components’ functioning make it warm. Industrial cooling towers allow that warm water and air to come in contant with each other in order to lower the temperature, thus facilitate evaporation process. These are available in different sizes, shapes and load capacities.
2) Longer serving life
3) Cost effective
4) Low maintenance
5) Reduced noise production
6) Highly efficient
7) Easy installation
8) It is leak proof
1) Power plants
2) Petroleum refineries
3) Petrochemical plants
4) Natural gas processing plants
5) Food processing plants
6) Semi-conductor plants
FAQ's related to industrial cooling towers:-
Q.1 What are industrial cooling towers made of?
These are either made of stainless steel, concrete, PVC, FRP (fiberglass reinforced polyester), wood, hot-dipped galvanized steel, polyurethane coated, polypropylene, or metal.
Q.2 How do industrial cooling towers work?
They are used to absorb heat from the processing fluid that gets heated by industrial processes. The absorbed heat is then expelled into atmosphere to keep fluid cool. Though evaporation process, heat is removed from the running fluid during industrial operations.
Q.3 What are the types of industrial cooling towers?
1) Counter flow industrial cooling towers
2) Cross flow industrial cooling towers
3) Forced draft & induced draft industrial cooling towers process
4) Natural draft & fan-assisted natural draft industrial cooling towers
5) Factory assembled industrial cooling towers (FAP) Factory Assembled Product
6) Field erected towers (FEP)