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BASIC COOLING TOWER NOTES

Purpose of a cooling Tower

Cooling tower employ a natural evaporative cooling process to reject heat from industries processes and air - conditioning system, allowing the cooling water to be used over and over again in the cooling system.

Usage of Today's Cooling System

In today's highly competitive business climate, economy of operation is to gain long term success. To maximise required output with the minimum operation cost, machinery, engines, measurement or equipment, sensitive electronics devices and a cooling environment for employee and customers, a reliable cooling system to maintain all the above to a recommended working temperature is vital.

The efficiency of the cooling tower plays a very important role in cooling system. To achieve maximum efficiency, the cooling tower must be in a tip top condition to support the heat exchanger in order to obtain desired temperature. All these will lead to obtaining a maximum productivity at the minimum operation cost in a long run.

I'll continue more about the basics of cooling tower later....

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