Molded Cooling Towers
The TM Series cooling tower expands unit capacity up to 2,000 cooling tons. The engineered plastic molded tower provides longer life without the maintenance and downtime typically associated with metal towers. Features include molded seamless leakproof sump with I-beam pockets; non-clog large orifice spray nozzles; double-wall seamless high-density polyethylene shell; and efficient direct-drive fans. The modular design allows various cells to be isolated if required. All towers from the company are supplied with a 20-year warranty on the tower casing and are CTI certified.
Delta Cooling Towers, (973) 586-2201, www.deltacooling.com
FRP Cooling Towers
Cooling towers from the company have fiberglass-reinforced polyester (FRP) casing and structure, are CTI certified and supplied with a 15-year warranty. They are corrosion resistant and easy to transport, assemble and access for cleaning. Direct-drive fan systems and motor features exceed cooling towers duty motors. They are eco-friendly, with fiberglass construction that supports water treatment, allowing higher cycles of concentration saving water. Product series include HRFG (standard), LSFG-8 (low sound), SLSFG-10 (super low sound) and HFC (closed circuit).
Reymsa Cooling Towers, (972) 853-8812 or (956) 568 4062, www.reymsa.com
Fiberglass Field-Erected Crossflow Cooling Towers
For applications where extended equipment life is required, the Pegasus provides corrosion protection as well as optimized structure, strength and thermal performance. The patented fiberglass-reinforced polyester (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
Model PF2 induced-draft, counterflow unit is designed for systems that benefit from dry operation in severe cold weather. The counterflow cooling tower offers the flexibility to operate in evaporative cooling mode to minimize energy usage or in dry mode for extreme winter conditions. The company’s SmartSpray technology optimizes spray coverage to fully wet the coil and provide up to 60 percent reduced pump energy over competitor units. It is suited for counterflow unit replacement or expansion projects.
Baltimore Aircoil Co., (410) 799-6200, www.baltimoreaircoil.com
Evaporative Cooling Tower Systems
Evaporative 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. 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
Temporary Cooling Towers
Utilizing temporary cooling towers allows a plant to continue running at 100 percent capacity while routine or emergency maintenance needs are met. The modular cooling towers can be installed and fully functional within a short time frame. The company also offers a full service option for power requirements, including generators, transformers, electrical distribution, cable and other accessories.
Aggreko, (877) 603-6021, www.aggreko.com
Induced-Draft Cooling Tower
Ultra SST is a type 316/304 stainless steel, induced-draft counterflow design with a CTI-certified capacity range of 109 to 4,075 nominal tons (479 to 17,916 kW). Standard construction consists of type 316 stainless steel basin and type 304 stainless steel upper casing and fan sector panels and fan deck.
Evapco, (410) 756-2600, www.evapco.com
Custom, Modular Counterflow Cooling Towers
Permanent custom and modular cooling towers are designed to complement the architecture of the building it serves. Mechanical component features include the company’s DirecDrive “one moving part” or a right-angle speed reducer/driveshaft design. Each design provides thermal reliability, minimal maintenance and ease of access. Designs incorporate ceramic tile, PVC film or splash fills, in concrete or composite fiberglass structure housings.
Tower Engineering Inc., (800) 759-6600, www.tei-usa.com
Field-Erected, Multi-Cell Cooling Towers
Multi-cell wet cooling towers are equipped with forced- or induced-draft fans. Built for industrial applications such as power plants, chemical and petrochemical facilities, and lumber and paper mills, the towers can be designed to provide any level of cooling-water flow and heat capacity required by the process. The use of multi-cell cooling tower systems allows flexible design to satisfy process requirements and environmental conditions.
GEA Polacel Cooling Towers B.V., (31) 314 371 414, www.gea.com
With process cooling experience from power to fertilizer plants, the company has experience providing quality cooling solutions. Current and past customers include Shell, Shintech, Toshiba and Chevron. The company has the ability to design a custom solution for your cooling needs.
Industrial Cooling Solutions Inc. (ICS), (303) 462-2000, www.h2ocooling.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
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
Nonferrous Cooling Tower Cells
Offered in a range of capacities from 45 to 540 tons, Power Tower Series cooling tower cells provide cooling water 95°F to 85°F (at 78°F wet bulb). They are manufactured of nonferrous materials to provide high performance and long service life. Made of a high strength, custom-designed fiberglass shell, the towers are supplied with a structural steel base and are ready for rooftop or elevated-stand mounting. The honey-comb channeled, stacked wet deck ensures maximum heat transfer, and the TEFC motor and fan assembly employ a direct-drive design to minimize service requirements.
Advantage Engineering, (317) 887-0729, www.advantageengineering.com
Cottonwood Filter Screens
Cottonwood 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.bedfordreinforced.com
Cooling Tower Cladding
Opaque fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP) roofing and cladding sheets are well suited for cooling tower cladding uses due to their resistance to corrosion, high mechanical strength properties and low thermal conductivity. Other features of Duraser include biological resistance, light weight, UV resistance and fire resistance.
Polser FRP Panels Inc., (90) 232 376 88 22, www.polser.com
Cooling Tower Fans
Howden D-Series fans provide high operating efficiencies while offering low power consumption. A systems approach to design optimizes the interaction between the fan and the application that, according to the company, raises the performance of the whole cooling operation and delivers reductions in running costs.
CTR Industrial Fabrication & Supply, (800) 245-8158, www.cooltower.com/fans.html
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 to 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.marleyct.com
Fiberglass Cooling Towers
Features of the FC Series include fiberglass construction of the tower casing and basin, reinforced fiberglass internal structural supports, 304 stainless steel fan support and fasteners, and PVC fill, drift eliminators, louvers and water distribution system. The leakproof, one-piece basin has molded, recessed bolt pockets for mounting on two I-beams. The integral inlet louver system prevents splash and windage loss and eases access to the basin. The TEAO direct-drive fan motor has double-sealed, permanently lubricated motor bearings to eliminate motor maintenance.
Thermal Care Inc., (888) 828-7387, www.thermalcare.com
CTI Certified, Crossflow Cooling Towers
FRS/FWS Series cooling towers are factory- or field-assembled crossflow cooling towers designed for industrial loads. The range of cooling towers offered includes single-, double- and multi-cell configurations. The heavy-duty cooling tower designed of non-corrosive materials is energy efficient, and its crossflow design offers ease of maintenance. All major components (motors, axial fans, fan drive assembly and fill/media) have been developed to ensure maximum efficiency with low energy consumption. The tower’s small footprint provides space savings, ensuring the cooling tower meets the limited space requirements of new construction projects as well as the strict space requirements of replacement projects.
Protec Cooling Towers, (305) 594-3684, www.protectowers.com
Custom and Predesigned Cooling Towers
Design 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
Fiberglass Cooling Tower
Suited for use in plastics and other process applications, cooling tower is constructed of fiberglass to ensure tower durability. The lighter weight of a fiberglass tower also enables a smaller, more energy-efficient fan motor to be used, providing cost savings. All units are designed, engineered and tested in the company’s research and development laboratory.
Cooling Tower Systems Inc., (800) 752-1905, www.coolingtowersystems.com