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  • Classifying Cooling Towers

    Technical Papers

    Cooling towers are used in a range of applications. The cooling tower industry has devised several ways to classify cooling towers to make comparing them for various applications easier.

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  • Crossflow vs Counterflow Cooling Towers

    Technical Papers

    Crossflow and counterflow are two ways to describe how air moving through a cooling tower interacts with the process water being cooled and their fundamental differences.

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  • Understanding Less Than 5°F Approach

    Technical Papers

    Focus on industry minimum 5°F approach and implications of pushing below that boundary.

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  • Fluid Cooler Cold Weather Operation

    Technical Papers

    Preparing a fluid cooler for cold weather operation or shutdown season is similar to an open cooling tower, but with additional requirements. This paper discusses special considerations needed for cold weather operation and freeze protection for fluid coolers.

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  • Sweeper Piping Systems

    Technical Papers

    While the application of full flow or side stream filtration depends highly on the application, most applications will benefit from a sweeper pipe system from both an efficiency, and an economic standpoint.

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  • Understanding Plume Point

    White Papers

    As ambient temperature drops, plume opacity (or visual density of the discharge cloud) tends to increase. This may cause issues in applications where visibility is important.

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  • Seismic Loads

    Technical Papers

    Like many large structures, cooling towers undergo seismic forces that need to be considered during design. However, many of the principles surrounding seismic loads are foreign to professionals of the cooling tower industry.

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  • Vibration Isolators

    Technical Papers

    Vibration isolators are used with cooling towers as a method to reduce the transmission of vibration, produced by rotating mechanical equipment or water flow, into or within a building structure.

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  • Pump Flow vs Gravity Flow

    Technical Papers

    Is the cooling tower operating on pump flow or gravity flow? This question is often misunderstood and sometimes results in hydraulic or scope issues that could have been easily avoided.

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  • Side Equalizer Design

    Technical Papers

    Side equalizers are sometimes used to save on piping costs and/or save on space requirements for equalizer piping. While side equalizers can help balance water levels between cells their capability is very limited.

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