Engineered to simplify system design and optimize water and energy savings, Nexus is a plug-and-play, modular, hybrid fluid cooling system. The units are up to 8’ shorter in height, have a 40 percent smaller footprint and are 35 percent lighter than traditional fluid coolers, says the manufacturer. The modules are designed to be moved with a pallet jack and fit in a freight elevator, eliminating the need for special rigging equipment. Structural steel requirements can be reduced by up to 50 percent, and permanent ladders or elevated platforms can be eliminated. All fans, pumps, accessories and controls are factory installed and wired for true single-point wiring. The company’s hCore heat transfer technology ensures heat transfer performance, durability and longevity in a compact, corrosion-resistant package that has 65 percent less internal fluid volume and requires no passivation, says the manufacturer. Other features include a design that uses 60 percent less spray water volume than traditional systems and has turbulent spray water flow. In addition, the spray water basin can be inspected while in operation. Control system with embedded intelligence minimizes operating costs by balancing water and energy savings based on customer needs and preferences.
Baltimore Aircoil Co.