Cooling Towers

COOLING TOWERS

 What is Water Cooling Tower?

Cooling Towers are structured cell or unit consists mainly from axial fans mounted on FRP structure, sprinkler nozzles & PVC fillers.

 Cooling Towers are connected to the condenser side of water chillers to cool down the condenser water temperature by transferring heat to the air by spraying water onto the filling system.

 Material of Construction:

 The water cooling towers are manufactured from fiberglass reinforced polyester composite material which provides great advantages.

 This material used as body, water basin & fan stack.

 Cooling Capacity:

 We can provide FRP Packaged Cooling Tower capacity Up to 1000 RT per each cell.

 Area of Usage, Fields & Industries:

  • Chiller plants
  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Steel, pipe mils
  • Plastic factories
  • Chemical industries
  • Cement plants
  • Textile mils
  • Pharmaceuticals industry
  • Oil factories
  • Paper mills
  • Carbon dioxide facilities

 Advantages of FRP Packaged Cooling Towers:

  • High strength and thermal properties
  • Excellent elasticity
  • Very light weight
  • High corrosion resistance 
  • Excellent die-electric properties 
  • Design flexibility 

The SMART FRP Packaged Cooling Towers:

 Our Cooling Towers are designed to realize the optimum cooling.

The internal and external surface of the tower is from Gel-Coat material which is resistance against all weather conditions and UV-rays, non-fading, non-rotting, which is colored with polyester based pigments.

 What are the parameters required to estimate cooling tower?

 Before selecting and pricing a cooling tower, we need the following details:

  • Cooling Capacity:

The cooling load that system required or designed to (KW, kcal/h, T.R.) 

  • Water Flow Rate:

The amount of circulation water per unit of time (m3/h, gpm, l/s)

  • Tower Water Inlet Temperature (T-in):

Temperature of incoming water from process to the cooling tower (°C, F)

  • Tower Water Outlet Temperature(T-out):

Temperature of water returning to the process from the tower (°C, F) 

  • Wet Bulb Temperature:

The temperature that water would decrease most by evaporation. It changes according to the relative humidity, dry-bulb temperature and altitude (°C, F)