Cooling Tower Long Term Storage
When placing a cooling tower into long term storage (generally considered one month or longer) there are some basic but critical maintenance steps.
Understanding Plume Point
Visible plume is a cloud of pure water vapor produced by a cooling tower. It occurs when warm, moist discharge air is cooled by the ambient air.
Crossflow vs. Counterflow Cooling Towers
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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Cooling Tower Performance – Drift
All evaporative cooling products, where air and water come into direct contact, experience some level of drift. Drift is defined as liquid water droplets from the recirculating flow entrained in the discharge air stream.
Variable Flow over Cooling Towers
There may be significant energy savings opportunities if the cooling tower can be operated under variable flow in off-peak conditions. Variable flow is a way to maximize the effectiveness of the installed tower capacity for whatever flow the process has.