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Chillers Cooling Towers Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of chiller cooling tower manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source chiller cooling tower manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate chiller cooling tower companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture chiller cooling towers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading chiller cooling tower manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for large chillers cooling towers, quiet chillers cooling tower, or water chillers cooling tower.

  • Macon, GA

    Our chillers cooling towers are second to none. Being the oldest full service cooling tower manufacturer gives us the edge on experience. We bring only the best customer service to our valued clients. When it comes to chillers cooling towers we bring you only the greatest products available at the best possible value to you. Our products bring excellent energy efficiency as well as being made of a light weight material. Visit our website for more information, send us an email, or call today!

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  • Overland Park, KS

    SPX Cooling Technologies offers the premier global portfolio of wet and dry cooling technologies. With over 250 global patents in power generation, refrigeration and HVAC markets and subsidiaries and partners worldwide, SPX has the global reach and services necessary to deliver high-quality chillers cooling towers for its customers. Let SPX know how it can help you with your cooling needs.

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  • Laredo, TX

    We are committed to excellence and committed to you. With our multiple office locations across the United States we are wherever you need us for your convenience. We always strive to serve you and bring you exceptional customer service with hopes of turning first time customers into life-long connections. We specialize in designing new cooling towers that are highly energy efficient as well as upgrades and regular inspections. Visit our website for more information today!

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  • Rancho Cordova, CA

    Cooling tower design and manufacture is what American Chiller Service, Inc. is all about. Our customers are located throughout the United States and the world. Several cooling towers are offered through us- counterflow cooling towers, cross flow cooling towers, field-erected process and factory-assembled packaged towers. For more information, call us or visit our website!

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  • Andrews, TX

    Active since 1987, Advance Cooling Towers has built a national reputation as a provider of high-quality cooling towers, and has succeeded in providing solutions that are cost-effective, reliable, and tailored to your needs. We are capable of rebuilding, modifying, and providing parts for any type of cooling tower. For a comprehensive list of capabilities and services, visit our website or call an Advance Cooling Towers representative today!

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Chillers Cooling Towers

Chillers cooling towers are supplementary means of eliminating waste heat that is a byproduct of many processes that require the use of air and liquid chiller systems. Chillers are refrigeration systems that cycle constant streams of coolants in order to provide controlled cooling of products, mechanisms and factory machinery. Cooling towers are heat rejection devices that, through a variety of methods, remove heat from fluid.

Many instances combine the two processes, cooling towers to remove the heat altogether and chillers to maintain the chill, for optimal waste heat reduction. HVAC cooling towers are a common type of chiller cooling tower in more commercial settings such as large hospitals, schools and office buildings. These often utilize compact chillers which process between 1 to 40 tons of fluid, while central chillers are used in industrial settings as they can handle between 15 and 300 tons. Industrial cooling towers, however, are often much larger and designed to operate year round. These are commonly used to supplement the heat reduction already provided by industrial grade chillers. Automotive, nuclear power, plastics, dry cleaning, petroleum refining, electrical generation, food processing, construction, and refrigeration industries all utilize chiller cooling towers. In any application, fiberglass and stainless steel are most commonly used to manufacture the structure of the tower due to their strength and weather resistance. This is extremely important as towers are generally outdoors and elevated, making them susceptible to high winds and heavy weather.

There are four main stages to all chillers, the evaporator, the vapor compressor, the condenser and the expansion mechanism. Cooling towers, when needed, are included at the condensation stage. At this point the fluid has been cooled through evaporation, but the temperature is still too great to return to circulation. A cooling tower allows for additional cooling of the condensed liquid, usually water. Through either mechanical or natural draft, the fluid is pulled into the tower where it is drawn through a fill pack. Located on the water collecting surface, this labyrinthine designed material increases the surface area that the liquid temporarily rests on as a cooled air stream passes over it, absorbing some of its heat and thereby chilling it. Once the substance reaches desired temperatures it is collected in a basin. In closed systems, pumps within the basin return the coolant to circulation. Cooling capacity, fluid discharge, compressor motor horsepower, reservoir capacity, tower placement, fluid type and volume should all be carefully considered when installing a chiller cooling tower. While thermostats often come standard in installation, optional emergency alarms to detect diminished cooling provide additional safety measures.



Chillers Cooling Towers
Chillers Cooling Towers
Chillers Cooling Towers - Advantage Engineering, Inc
Chillers Cooling Towers - Advantage Engineering, Inc