Cooling Tower Videos
The reliability of the Geareducer comes from more than 100,000 units of experience, and from Marley’s attention to exacting quality standards of design and manufacturing. Today, every Marley Geareducer is tested under load at our factory. Then, it’s inspected and adjusted before shipment.
Cooling tower duty motors in Marley products are built according to NEMA standards and designed to withstand exposure to hot, moist cooling tower conditions. Additionally, to support long service life, the motor’s interior is fan-cooled and coated with epoxy for maximum protection from heat, moisture and corrosion.
Couplings and driveshafts must be strong, durable, and aligned properly to efficiently transmit power from the cooling tower motor to the gearbox. Watch a demonstration of how to use the Marley Dial Indicator Kit to align a Marley cooling tower driveshaft here:
Cooling tower vibration switches trigger an alarm and/or shut down equipment when excessive vibration occurs. Watch here as a Marley product expert demonstrates the functionality of a mechanical vibration switch, including how to test that functionality in the field.
Marley LLC Water Level Control systems monitor and adjust the water level in the cooling tower cold water collection basin. Watch our Marley Controls expert as he provides an overview of LLC operation (part 9 of 9: Troubleshooting the Connection Points).
Marley LLC Water Level Control systems monitor and adjust the water level in the cooling tower cold water collection basin. Watch our Marley Controls expert as he provides an overview of LLC operation (part 8 of 9: Troubleshooting the Solenoid Valve).
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