When it comes to dependable performance and minimized maintenance, factory-assembled cooling towers made with advanced, engineered plastics offer a corrosion-resistant alternative to galvanized models. As such, plastic cooling towers are increasingly being used for food-processing applications. One such company is a soy sauce producer in California.
The soy sauce maker uses a cooling tower to cool the process water flowing through heat exchangers used to reduce the temperature of the soy sauce after brewing. Leaks and excessive scaling were occurring in the metal-clad basin of the company’s existing tower. It was time for a new unit.