Cooling Towers - the Industrial Workhorses

Written by Thomas Yoon

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The characteristic shape of these cooling towers is usually rectangular shape. Depending onrepparttar design, there may be several small fans installed atrepparttar 133426 top ofrepparttar 133427 cooling tower. However,repparttar 133428 fan(s) may also be located atrepparttar 133429 sides ofrepparttar 133430 cooling tower andrepparttar 133431 air may be ducted.

The counter-flow type of cooling tower makes use of air flowing inrepparttar 133432 opposite direction and againstrepparttar 133433 flow ofrepparttar 133434 water. In one design, water flows out through rotating spreader arms to distributerepparttar 133435 water and let it drop throughrepparttar 133436 plastic diffusers evenly.

In this design,repparttar 133437 shape ofrepparttar 133438 cooling tower is a bottle shape. It is fitted with one single large fan to suckrepparttar 133439 air to createrepparttar 133440 airflow. The diameter ofrepparttar 133441 area whererepparttar 133442 heat exchange takes place is made larger so that more contact surfaces is exposed. The fan is heavy and huge. Its speed is usually made lower than that ofrepparttar 133443 motor byrepparttar 133444 use of reduction gears.

There may be a few designs. Some use fans located atrepparttar 133445 bottom, some have fans atrepparttar 133446 top, some have large fans, some make use of several small fans.

The materials used in cooling towers have to be selected to be able to withstand ultraviolet ray exposure fromrepparttar 133447 sun, moisture and other outdoor weather effects.

Cooling towers are truly rugged workhorses of industry.

Folks, be cool!

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CleverDocs for IFAs - Compliance, Relationship and Document Management system specifically for Independent Financial Advisors

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