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HVAC cooling towers are typically smaller than industrial cooling towers, and serve more commercial applications such as cooling the recirculating water of oil refineries, chemical plants and power plants as well as cooling buildings such as large office buildings, hospitals, schools and oil refineries. Read More…

HVAC Cooling Towers Water-cooled chillers are used in HVAC cooling towers rather than air-cooled chillers because water-cooled chillers are typically more energy-efficient.
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Macon, GA  |  800-752-1905

Our cooling towers are heat-transfer units, used to remove heat from any water cooled system. They aid in industries such as plastics, dry cleaning, and more, rely on cooling towers to remove heat from environment or equipment.

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Burkburnett, TX  |  940-503-1177

We are committed to providing you with the best cooling towers on the market. Our towers have an induced draft counter flow design and we can engineer these product with either a side or bottom outlet based on your qualifications. You will not be upset with the products you receive from Whaley Products, Inc. Please give one of our representatives a call today to learn more information about our company.

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Taneytown, MD  |  410-756-2600

With a wide range of nominal tonnage available plus your choice of five induced-draft, counterflow cooling towers; two designs of forced-draft, centrifugal-fan cooling towers; or one model of induce-draft, dual-cell cross flow cooling tower, EVAPCO can surely meet your needs. Our team is always committed to first class service, quality products and innovative thinking.

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Germantown, WI  |  262-255-5611

FURLONG INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS, INC started out 21 years ago as a service provider of commercial cooling towers, evaporative cooling equipment, heat exchangers and filtration systems. We have evolved over the years to become a one stop shop for all of your cooling needs. And we love what we do!

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Furlong Industrial Systems, Inc. $$$

Houston, TX  |  800-473-9178

At Cold Shot Chillers, we create a number of chilling systems, including cooling towers. Our products are designed for durability and cost effectiveness. Our engineers can easily custom build any machine to fit the needs of a particular application.

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Through these applications and more HVAC cooling towers are able to serve industries including petrochemical, pulp and paper, commercial, construction, communications, water/wastewater and electric.

An HVAC chilled-water system consists of a water-cooled chiller and its components, including an evaporator, compressor, an air- or water-cooled condenser, and expansion device, as well as a cooling tower that serves as an auxiliary cooling device. The water-cooled chiller is cooled by the water-cooled condenser in a separate water loop. This water loop is connected to the airside by an outdoor HVAC cooling tower that removes heat from the cooling water stream.

As a mechanical draft type of cooling tower, HVAC cooling towers utilize a power-driven fan motor to either coerce or force outside air to flow through the tower fill, a medium that is used to expand the amount of surface area between the air and water streams. Tower fills come in two different types: film fill and splash fill. In a film fill a thin layer of water is spread over several layers of closely-spaced plastic surface.

In a splash fill water drops over multiple layers of horizontal splash elements and form droplets that cover a large surface area. The water is propelled by the power-driven fan to descend through the fill while being cooled through direct contact with an air stream passing overhead. After the water is cooled it is collected in a cold water basin that is below the fill, from which it is pumped back to repeat the water loop. The heated air stream leaving the fill is released into the atmosphere far enough way to discourage it from being pulled back into the cooling tower.



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