Spig’s Dry Cooling division has received two orders for its air-cooled steam condensers for waste-to-energy applications in Poland. Spig will design and deliver the environmentally friendly dry cooling systems, which help save water and conserve energy. Cooling by means of an air-cooled condenser allows industries to save the large amount of water that is consumed with wet-cooling systems.
Additionally, Spig Group, Arona, Italy, has received an order from Euas Elektrik Üretim A.Ş to revamp a cooling tower installed at the 360 MW Afsin A Termik Santrali in Kahramanmaras, Turkey. Spig Soğutma Sistemleri, a 100 percent Spig Group-owned subsidiary based in Izmir, was awarded the contract to refurbish the natural draft cooling tower, which processes 29,600 m3 of water per hour. Spig will modernize the existing cooling tower to improve plant efficiency and optimize cooling performance. Spig’s scope of work includes concrete structure rehabilitation, removal of asbestos internals, and the supply of internal parts such as filling, drift eliminators, distribution system and walkways. Learn more at www.spig-int.com.
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