Harrison Cooling Tower
Harrison Cooling Towers manufactures cooling tower and evaporative cooling systems as per the exact requirements of the client. Every unit is designed taking in to consideration the extreme weather conditions of the installation site... Read More
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What Is A Cooling Tower?
A cooling tower is an heat exchanger, in which heat is removed from the water by contact between the water and air. The heat transfer takes place through the heat exchange between air and water and also through evaporation of a small part of the water that is required to be cooled. This allows to cool down to a temperature lower than the ambient (default) temperature, this is an advantage compared to dry coolers.
Types of Cooling Towers?
Cooling towers can be categorised into many types: based on the shape fan type, water efficiency or, quality of water cooling. The main classification tends to be based on the cooling circuit type, which determines the exact operation of the cooling tower.
Square Cooling Tower
The cost effective sibling, is the square cooling tower. This is an economic cooling tower. Fixed headers with splash nozzles are used for distribution of water over the fills which are made of ether PVC or higher heat tolerant ABS... Read More
Round Cooling Tower
Technically superior and complete one among its peers, with a rotary sprinkler which ensures that not a square inch of the transfer area is left dry. The design of the shell structure facilitates the smooth air draught and prevents any dead air packets.... Read More
Closed Circuit Cooling Tower
Closed Circuit Cooling Tower is used in applications where cooling medium need to be clean and free of contamination. Unlike in open cooling tower various cooling media like soft water, coolant or a mixture of soft water and ethylene glycol can be circulated... Read More