Overland Park, Kan. – Tecnologie di raffreddamento SPX, Inc., a full-line, full-service industry leader in the design and manufacture of evaporative cooling towers and air-cooled heat exchangers, showcases its latest cooling towers and components and presents 20-minute education sessions at the International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Exposition (AHR Expo), at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Jan. 14-16, 2019.
In booth B1415, SPX Cooling features the new Marley DT fluid cooler, which includes finned coil options that increase thermal capacity. Also featured is the Marley NC Everest crossflow cooling tower and Marley MD counterflow cooling tower, Recold V Tech adiabatic cooling system, MarleyGard™ water management products, and Marley controls and aftermarket components. On Jan. 14 and 15, SPX booth visitors can attend Marley School of Cool short sessions on Cooling Tower Fundamentals, Crossflow vs Counterflow Tower Design, Cooling Tower Sound Levels, and Variable Flow for Energy Savings. School of Cool attendees will receive a certificate of completion for continuing education tracking.
On display is a Marley DT fluid cooler, an induced-draft counterflow product, which offers higher dry operation capacity in cool weather than fill/coil hybrid coolers, delivers lower fan energy costs compared to forced-draft coolers, and reduces system components compared to combination open tower and plate heat exchanger (PHE) systems. The expanded DT fluid cooler line includes models with finned coils that expand thermal performance and permit dry operation during a broader range of ambient temperatures. The new models can more effectively reject heat without evaporating water, reducing costs associated with water usage, water treatment and pump energy.
Compared to other factory-assembled counterflow towers, the Marley MD Everest cooling tower offers nearly three times more cooling capacity per cell. Its unique design, with fewer components, reduced piping and minimal electrical connections, decreases installation and maintenance costs while providing energy savings. Compared with field-erected alternatives, the MD Everest tower delivers 60 percent sooner and installs 80 percent faster. At 3790 tons, the MD Everest tower is an ideal one-to-one match for some of the largest chillers.
The Marley NC Everest cooling tower also takes cooling to a higher level, with 50 percent greater cooling capacity and higher energy savings than other factory-assembled crossflow cooling towers. Its innovative design reduces installation costs, and offers unrivaled interior access for easier and safer inspections and maintenance. Additionally, the NC Everest Cooling Tower uses up to 35 percent less fan power for higher energy efficiency.
The Recold V Tech adiabatic cooling system is designed for halocarbon refrigerant condensing and CO2 gas cooling applications in supermarket refrigeration systems. It provides lower energy usage and a smaller footprint than an air-cooled condenser and up to 60 percent or more reduction in site water usage compared to an evaporative condenser. The Recold V Tech enhances the utility of an air-cooled system with the efficiency boost of a wet system during peak conditions. Evaporative pads precool air only on peak days and coils remain dry to maintain efficiency and life expectancy.
Also on display are a range of cooling tower control systems and aftermarket components, including new replacement systems for heat transfer fill media.
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