• Counter-flow Closed Circuit Cooling Towers / Evaporative Closed-circuit Coolers

    Counter-flow Closed Circuit Cooling Towers / Evaporative Closed-circuit Coolers

    The cooled dry air enters through the louvers on each sides of the tower in the bottom, and drawn upwards and over the coils by the force from the axial fan which installed on the top, agitating the falling water (came from the water distribution system) and increasing the transfer efficiency of heat in a state of hot wet air discharged out of the tower into the atmosphere. During this working process, a small amount of the re-circulating water evaporates due to latent heat transfer through the tube and walls of the coils, removing heat from the system. In this mode of operation, due to the evaporative performance lower the leaving water temperatures and the fan energy been saved.

  • Cross-flow Closed Circuit Cooling Towers / Evaporative Closed-circuit Coolers

    Cross-flow Closed Circuit Cooling Towers / Evaporative Closed-circuit Coolers

    As induced draft type cross flow evaporative cooling tower, the tower fluid (water, oil or propylene glycol) is used to provide cooling which is enclosed in a coil and is not exposed directly to the air. The coil serves to isolate the process fluid from the outside air, keeping it clean and contaminate free in a closed loop. Outside of the coil, there is water spraying over the coil and mixes with the outside air to discharge warm air from the cooling tower to the atmosphere as a portion of the water evaporates. Cold water outside of the coil is re-circulated and reused: the cool water loops back to the beginning of the process to absorb more heat during evaporating. It helps maintain a clean process fluid which will reduce the maintenance and operation costs. 

  • Induced Draft Cooling Towers with Rectangular Appearance

    Induced Draft Cooling Towers with Rectangular Appearance

    The open circuit cooling towers are devices which make use of a natural principle: a minimum quantity of water dissipates the heat by the forced evaporation to cool down the relevant equipments.

  • Round Bottle Type Counter-flow Cooling Towers

    Round Bottle Type Counter-flow Cooling Towers

    An open circuit cooling tower is a heat exchanger, which enables water to be cooled through direct contact with air.

    The heat transfer from the water to the air is carried out partly by sensible heat transfer, but mainly by latent heat transfer (evaporation of part of the water into the air), which makes it possible to reach cooling temperatures lower than ambient temperatures.

  • Induced Draft Cross-flow Towers for Power Generation, Large-scale HVAC and Industrial Facilities

    Induced Draft Cross-flow Towers for Power Generation, Large-scale HVAC and Industrial Facilities

    This series cooling towers are induced draft, cross-flow towers and tailored according to customer’s requirements on performance, structure, drift, power consumption, pump head and target cost.