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Due to their structural strength and minimal material utilization, hyperboloid cooling towers, sometimes wrongly referred to as hyperbolic cooling towers, have evolved into the design standard for all natural-draft cooling towers. In addition, the hyperbolic shape accelerates the upward convective airflow, increasing cooling effectiveness. Read More…

Hyperbolic Cooling Towers The term hyperbolic cooling tower refers to a specific design and construction style for cooling towers that utilizes hyperbolic structural planning that inherently creates natural draft and employs evaporation to cool water and other fluids.
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Reading, PA  |  610-374-5109

Brentwood focuses solely on what’s inside your tower. We know your process is paramount, so you need optimized cooling tower products to support it. By offering the most complete line of internal polymer components in the industry, Brentwood works with you to ensure you receive the best-suited products for your project and application.

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Oklahoma City, OK  |  405-979-2100

Our TTXL Series Modular Cooling Tower is a mechanical-draft cooling tower that reduces cost and installation time. It also helps to reduce operating costs and tower maintenance. Our customer driven existence pushes us to be the greatest company in the world when it comes to cooling towers. We wish to be the mark by which all other cooling tower companies are measured. Our in demand products ensure that we will always be able to deliver affordable products at the best possible value.

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Overland Park, KS  |  913-664-7400

SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. is a leading full-line, full-service cooling tower manufacturer. The companies that formed SPX Cooling Technologies were founded nearly a century ago and have more than 250 global patents in the industrial, process cooling, refrigeration, and HVAC markets. With more than 150 offices, subsidiaries, and partners worldwide, we have the global reach and local services necessary to deliver solutions for our customers.

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Baltimore, MD  |  410-799-6200

Cooling towers were added to Baltimore Aircoil's product line back in the 1950s. Industries in the power generating and industrial process sector are served by us. We are CTI certified and are an ISO 9001 company.

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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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These patterns are frequently linked to nuclear power facilities. This association is false, though, as sizable coal-fired power plants frequently employ the same cooling towers. On the other hand, not all nuclear power facilities have cooling towers; some use lake, river, or ocean water to cool their heat exchangers. Hybrid cooling towers have recorded thermal efficiency of up to 92%.

True hyperboloids employ natural drafts to bring air into the system, which is then used as a coolant, unlike mechanical draft cooling tower systems, which are occasionally constructed to resemble hyperbole. However, because natural draft towers require a massive tower structure, they are frequently very expensive to build. Despite their high initial cost, hyperbolic cooling towers are among the most cost-effective industrial towers.

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How Hyperbolic Cooling Towers Work

The design preserves structural integrity while utilizing the least amount of material possible. The cost of operating the fans required for forced and induced draft cooling towers is also eliminated by natural draft. These hyperbolic cooling towers are frequently used in coal-fired, nuclear, power utilities, and thermal power plants. Power Plants producing electrical energy generate a significant amount of waste heat, regardless of design, demanding a significant initial expenditure.

One sheet of hyperboloid geometry, which curves inward in the middle and billows out at the top and bottom, is used to form the shape of these structures. This architectural structure has a lot of advantages. Still, because it generates a lot of useless volumes, it is more frequently utilized in applications with a specific purpose, like cooling towers.

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This design has a built-in structural economy because a single-sheet hyperboloid may be constructed using a lattice of straight beams. In terms of strength and convenience, these are preferable to curved beams. Strength is crucial since big towers need to be able to withstand bad weather and strong winds.

Stainless steel is typically used for the beams, while concrete fill is used for the shell. The form itself aids in the cooling procedure. Pumping the hot fluid into the tower from above is how natural draft cooling towers operate. The cold updraft of air allows for evaporation and heat transfer from the fluid to the air, reducing the temperature as gravity pulls the liquid downward.

Hyperbolic cooling towers' design hastens the airflow, which increases cooling effectiveness. However, despite the sturdy construction and materials, corrosion-induced damage that could harm cooling processes is possible because of the tower's fluctuating dry and wet circumstances.

Applications of Hyperbolic Cooling Towers

  • By evaporation in cooling tower systems, water is used to remove extra heat from the network and release it into the environment. The three primary parts of a cooling system are heat exchangers, recirculating pumps, and cooling towers. Before running through a heating system, water gets heated.
  • Hot water fills the tower from production equipment, a commercial air conditioning system, or any other heat source and disperses evenly at the top.
  • The device disperses the water as it cascades down the tower, increasing the water-air contact and, thus, the rate at which heat is transferred through evaporation.
  • The cycle starts again when the cold water is pumped back to cool the initial heat source. For system balance, a drain valve directs a portion of the water system to the sink. The line feeds fresh water into the cooling tower to refill it.
  • You can reuse the same water by using a cooling tower to reduce the heat absorbed in the water. You can preserve water, which is getting harder to find these days.
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Advantages of Hyperbolic Cooling Towers

  • Since it is contaminated with pollen, dirt, germs, and other material that speeds scaling and serves as a breeding ground for waterborne pathogens, a cooling tower with unclean water are ineffective. That accumulation causes nozzles, tubes, and heat transfer surfaces to get coated and clogged, making the system work harder and use more energy. For more efficiency, an efficient filtration system reduces such deposits.
  • Sludge removal takes less time when there is less buildup in the basins. A system operating with cleaner water performs at higher optimum levels and needs less reactive maintenance overall.

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