Cooling Tower SystemsCompany provides complete cooling tower engineering, design, and construction services for wood, fiberglass, steel or concrete towers. Users can customize the cooling towers to fit the facility needs or requirements. Tower designs include crossflow and counterflow designs, pultruded fiberglass structures, double-wall construction.
American Cooling Tower, (800) 371-5959, www.americancooling tower.com
Custom and Predesigned Cooling TowersDesign features of counterflow and crossflow cooling towers include guaranteed thermal performance. Other features include computer analysis for optimum design, custom and predesigned sizes, minimum fan horsepower, low pumping head and aesthetic design. With rugged, heavy-duty construction using wood, concrete, steel or fiberglass, the towers are constructed for easy maintenance and through bolted framing.
Tower Performance Inc., (973) 966-1116, www.towerperformance.com
Evaporative Cooling Tower SystemsEvaporative systems provide cooling below dry bulb ambient temperature. The systems cool by evaporating a small portion (approximately 1.5 percent of flow) of recirculating water. It maintains temperature to within 3°F of wet bulb ambient. According to the company, it saves approximately 97 percent of water compared to tap water systems. Features include a stainless steel indoor sump for freeze protection; stainless steel or fiberglass cooling tower construction; high temperature fill; backup pumps; isolated plant water systems via heat exchanger or closed circuit evaporative tower; filtration; and cooling tower stands.
Dry Coolers Inc., (248) 969-3400, www.drycoolers.com
Induced-Draft, Counterflow TowerParagon is offered in single modules in sizes from 55 to 250 tons. Standard features include seamless engineered plastic (HDPE) shell; corrosion-proof construction; direct-drive fan system; totally enclosed VFD-rated motors; low pressure drop self-propelled PVC water distribution system; and high efficiency PVC fill. The counterflow tower is factory assembled for simple installation and has a 15-year shell warranty.
Delta Cooling Towers Inc., (800) 289-3358, www.deltacooling.com
Cooling Tower Parts, Turnkey ServicesCompany offers cooling tower parts such as fans, fan stacks, gearboxes, drive shafts, fill, drift eliminators, vibration switches, hardware and other parts from a range of manufacturers. The company also provides design, planning and service support from the early planning stages through the entire life of the tower. Cooling tower systems are designed to meet project-specific requirements.
Industrial Cooling Solutions, (303) 462-2000, www.h2ocooling.com
Cottonwood Filter ScreensCottonwood filter screens are designed to keep airborne debris such as cottonwood seed, insects, leaves, pollen, paper, construction debris and more out of cooling towers, air-cooled chillers and HVAC systems. Screens are constructed of an engineered, vinyl-coated polyester mesh with a nonstick surface, heavy-duty reinforced binding and industrial-grade fasteners. Filters are cleaned with a broom, brush, shop vacuum or garden hose - even the rain will rinse them clean.
Air Solution Co., (513) 860-9784, www.airsolutioncompany.com
Fiberglass Cooling Tower Parts
Fiberglass-reinforced plastic provides a strong and durable material for process cooling equipment and accessories. The company uses a special process to make its fiberglass-reinforced plastic, which is suited for a range of industries and applications including cooling towers, corrosion-resistant equipment, corrosive environments, electrical and electronics, marine environments and water/wastewater treatment. Custom and standard shapes are possible.
Bedford Reinforced Plastics Inc., (814) 623-8125, www.bedfordplastics.com
Steel Cooling Tower
Factory assembled or field erected, Marley NC Class are designed for low sound levels using high efficiency fans and low splash noise heat transfer media. Other features include CTI certification for guaranteed thermal performance; FM approval; and ASHRAE 90.1 compliance rating for energy efficiency. Wind load modifications meet the strict Florida Building Code. Rugged galvanized steel is standard with a choice of stainless steel upgrades to part or the entire tower structure. Integral louvers are also standard for zero water splashout and superior winter operation.
SPX Cooling Technologies, (800) 462 7539, www.spxcooling.com
Fiberglass Field-Erected Crossflow Cooling Towers
For applications where extended equipment life is required, the Pegasus provides corrosion protection, superior structure, strength and optimized thermal performance. The patented fiberglass-reinforced polyester (FRP) FRP structure is engineered to minimize structural air restriction. The field-erected, crossflow cooling tower has a five-year warranty on the mechanical equipment, FRP structure, equipment support and fill.
Composite Cooling Solutions (CCS), (817) 246-8700, www.compositecooling.com
Counterflow Cooling Tower
FPT Series utilizes Composolite modular system, a fiberglass-panel technology that provides users with a strong, fire-retardant pultruded fiberglass tower with a UV-protected, nonskid coating. Factory-assembled components and subassemblies provide fast, consistent and safe construction as well as low maintenance. The counterflow tower includes a pultruded fiberglass deck with nonskid coating.
Midwest Towers Inc., (405) 224-4622, www.midwesttowers.com
Closed-Circuit Cooling Towers
Induced-draft FXV product line includes single air inlet cells and larger, higher capacity dual air inlet models. Standard design features satisfy environmental concerns, minimize installation costs, maximize year-round operating reliability and simplify maintenance requirements. Thermal performances of all are independently certified by the Cooling Technology Institute (CTI), eliminating the need for onsite field tests. The company’s Combined Flow Technology employs a combination of coil and wet-deck heat transfer surfaces to increase performance. They are designed to ease access for maintenance and offer low sound levels and low operating weights.
Baltimore Aircoil Co., (410) 799-6200, www.baltimoreaircoil.com
FRP cooling towers are energy efficient and simple to maintain and service. Other features include light weight, durability, compact size and installation ease. Evaporative cooling allows a small portion of the water being cooled to evaporate into a moving airstream to provide significant cooling to the rest of the water stream. Towers range in size from 5 to 2,000 tons.
American Chillers and Cooling Tower Systems, (706) 736-5101, www.chillerdepot.com
Custom Cooling Towers
Cooling towers are designed and engineered to suit customer’s operating conditions and environmental requirements. Materials of construction include pultruded GRP, timber, standard GRP and RCC. Each tower is built to suit the client’s operating conditions. Infill is made out of PVC, PP, timber and other materials.
Paharpur Cooling Towers Ltd.,  33 2479 2050, www.paharpur.com