Airborne debris and microbiological contaminants
can clog cooling towers and plate heat
exchangers, reducing efficiency and creating
the potential for process equipment fouling.
Effective filtration can minimize the effects of
these inevitable invaders.
The spray-evaporative process is a magnet for all sorts of airborne debris and particulates. Items as large as leaves and as small as microorganisms can find their way into the tower system, jeopardizing the expensive, critical equipment being cooled. Water treatment and blowdown can help with the biological fouling and dissolved solids, but a filtration system is essential for reliable and economic operation.