The Marley CP Cooling Tower is an induced-draft, counterflow tower uniquely designed for space- and sound-sensitive applications. It features a stainless steel internal structure and fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP) casing to resist corrosion and chemical attack. A range of heat transfer fill media accommodates clean-to-very dirty water applications. The Marley CP Cooling Tower can be fully factory assembled, partially assembled, or shipped fully knock-down for on-site assembly.
The thermal performance of the Marley CP Cooling Tower is tested and certified by the Cooling Technology Institute (CTI).
Mode of Operation
Hot water flows into the cooling tower through PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or polypropylene piping to the water distribution system. Spray nozzles uniformly distribute fine droplets of hot water from above the heat transfer fill. The cooling air is provided by an induced-draft axial fan. Air absorbs the heat from the water by evaporation and convection.
Heat Transfer Fill Media
Clean water applications utilize PVC or polypropylene film fill packs. Dirty water containing higher suspended solids content requires clog-resistant or splash fill.
The fan is mounted directly on the geared motor shaft. Fan blade pitch is adjustable to process conditions. The low-noise cooling tower duty motor is engineered to withstand high heat and moisture conditions and suitable for continuous operation with a variable frequency drive (VFD). Motor and fan are mounted on a hot dip galvanized (HDG) steel (or optional stainless steel) support structure.
Multiple Cells Configuration
Multi-cell CP Cooling Towers can be installed inline or back-to-back.