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Blog Apr / 17 / 2023

How Can I Save Money With My Cooling Water Treatment?

We all know how important it is to save money, and today, we’re going to discuss how you can save money with your cooling water treatment. You may wonder, “Why should I care about cooling water treatment?” Well, the answer is simple – it helps maintain the efficiency of your cooling system, and it can […]

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Blog Dec / 15 / 2022

Improving The Efficiency Of Natural Draft Cooling Tower

It is a direct contact tower that is open to the air and is commonly used in industrial facilities where the total heat rate is approximately 450MW. Hot air rises to the top of the tower, and cold water gets collected at its base. The fresh air is located at the bottom of the natural […]

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Blog Oct / 24 / 2022

What Is The Working Principle of Natural Draft Cooling Towers?

Water is generally heated for all industrial processes or for an air condensing processor to be cooled. This to ensure minimum damage to the environment. Hence to cool this water cooling towers like Natural Draft Cooling towers are used. The water is pumped into these towers with the help of pipes. The water is exposed […]

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Blog Oct / 14 / 2022

What Should You Know About Induced Draft Cooling Towers?

A cooling tower is a type of heat rejection device that, as you may already be aware, dissipates excess heat into the surrounding air by reducing the temperature of a moving water stream to a lower level. In order to generate a draft of air or flow of air through the cooling tower, the vast […]

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Blog Aug / 09 / 2022

A Simple, But Useful Guide to Induced Draft Cooling Towers

Induced Draft Cooling Tower is a technology that uses air conditioning to cool down water used in industrial processes. It is an energy-saving technology that reduces the cooling that the water requires to run the cooling tower, saving energy and money. Induced Draft Cooling Tower uses a fan to force cool air into the water […]

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Blog Dec / 12 / 2021

What Sets Cooling Tower Apart From Chiller

Cooling towers are used to remove the heat from condenser discharge water. The released water is returned to the plant or disposed of to cool the system. However, chillers use coolant to absorb heat, which they then transmit to the air in the vicinity. Cooling towers and chillers serve a similar purpose, but the kinds […]

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Blog Jun / 21 / 2021

What is Induced Draft Cooling Tower and How does it Function?

As you may remember, a cooling tower is a heat rejection equipment that discards waste heat to the surroundings through the cooling of a water creek to a more moderate temperature. Most cooling towers utilize an electrical fan engine to create an air draft or airflow through the cooling tower. What is meant by Induced […]

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Blog Feb / 16 / 2021

Manage The Biofilms Before They Take Control Of Your Cooling Tower System

Setting up cooling towers comes with its own set of challenges, biofilms are one of those challenges. Biofilms are usually found building in areas that are not accessible to biocide treatments. Once formed, they can rapidly grow to form biofouling deposits which end up causing corrosion damage, blockages, reduced heat transfer and increase the growth […]

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Blog Mar / 12 / 2019

Cooling Towers: Applications, Functionality, and Maintenance

A cooling tower is a device that reduces unnecessary heat from the atmosphere. Cooling of the water stream is used to lower down the temperature. It can be either used as the evaporation of water to eliminate process heat and reduce the temperature of working fluid as close as wet-bulb temperature. When it comes to dry […]

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Blog Nov / 06 / 2018

The Science behind Cooling Tower Water Treatment

Cooling tower or aptly the heat rejection systems are popular among large industrial settings. These systems aid in cooling the over-heated water that is a residue of the industrial processes. But, one should never overlook to treat the water that enters the cooling towers. Be it tower scaling, fouling, or particulates accumulation; everything is liable […]

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