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Top 4 Advantages of Using a Cooling Tower

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Closed loop cooling system

Cooling towers are often big, unknown pieces of machinery at plants and factories, but with an increased focus on green energy, sustainability, and efficiency, they are getting more recognition. Just replacing the fans in a cooling tower can reduce energy requirements by 2-8%. The potential these systems have to fix water and energy efficiency is tremendous. They may be the answer we need to keep some factories in business and on top of new ordinances in their communities or federal pollution laws. Read on for the top three advantages of investing in a cooling tower.


As mentioned previously, energy and water efficiency is a huge advantage of these system. It can reduce your company’s carbon footprint, in additi

The Benefits of a Cooling Tower

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Water cooling tower

As your business continues to grow,so too do your needs to save money. If you want to save on your energy, check out different cooling tower types. Cooling towers can cut down on energy costs and create a safer work space.

Cooling towers may use the evaporation of water to remove process heat and cool the working fluid to near the wet-bulb air temperature. The main types of cooling towers are natural draft and induced draft cooling towers. A package type is factory preassembled, and can be simply transported on trucks as they are compact machines. The capacity of package type towers is limited and for that reason, they are usually preferred by facilities with low heat rejection requirements such as food processing plants, textile plants, some chemical processing plants, or buildings like hospitals, hotels