Crossflow Cooling Tower

Crossflow Cooling Tower

Circulating warm water caused via cooling condensers is tapped through the hot water distribution piping directly into the cooling tower. The upper water basin located normally on top of the vertically layered PVC Infills containing with holes and nozzles at the bottom side are utilized to distribute water equally over the infills through gravity force. Outside air flows horizontally through the layered infills from both sides and perpendicular to the water flowing downward resulting a cross flow interaction of air and water in which the induced air takes out the warm vapor and cools the hot water hence the heat transfer process occurs. The warm air inside is then being pulled out by an electric motor-driven cooling tower fan. The colder water collected in the lower water basin gets pumped back to the cooling condensers and reiterates the process to constantly cooldown the condensers.

Key Features

The key features of this cross flow type are as follows:

  • Removal / cleaning / maintenance of foreign matter is easy and accessible
  • Visual inspection / Checking of the PVC Infill condition is visible thru the louvers
  • Inspection door installed for quick access inside the structure
  • Lower initial and long-term cost due to pump requirements

Cooling Tower Structure

  1. Safety Railing
  2. Fan Belt & Cover
  3. Motor
  4. Fan
  5. Fan Casing
  6. Distributor
  7. Internal Pipe
  8. PVC Infill
  9. Ladder
  10. Casing Plate
  11. Internal Frame Support
  12. Inspection Door
  13. Water Basin
  14. Make-Up Water Pipe
  15. External Lower Frame Support

BHD Series Standard Specifications

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