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Water Cooling Towers Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of water cooling tower manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top water cooling tower manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find water cooling tower companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture water cooling towers to your companies specifications. Then contact the water cooling tower companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of water cooling systems, water chiller systems, water system design, or customized water cooling tower of every type, this is the resource for you.

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  • Macon, GA 800-752-1905

    Over the last 40 years we have been perfecting our cooling towers for your convenience. We have qualified technicians working around the clock in order to bring you the best and most technologically advanced products available on the market today at the greatest possible value to you. We also carry a complete line of additional product. We have friendly customer service representatives standing by to answer each and every question you may have. Call today for information or send us an email!

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  • Burkburnett, TX 940-569-4116

    We are committed to providing you with the best cooling towers on the market. Our towers have an induced draft counter flow design and we can engineer these product with either a side or bottom outlet based on your qualifications. You will not be upset with the products you receive from Whaley Products, Inc. Please give one of our representatives a call today to learn more information about our company.

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  • Taneytown, MD 410-756-2600

    With a wide range of nominal tonnage available plus your choice of five induced-draft, counterflow cooling towers; two designs of forced-draft, centrifugal-fan cooling towers; or one model of induce-draft, dual-cell cross flow cooling tower, EVAPCO can surely meet your needs. Our team is always committed to first class service, quality products and innovative thinking.

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  • Germantown, WI 262-255-5611

    FURLONG INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS, INC started out 21 years ago as a service provider of commercial cooling towers, evaporative cooling equipment, heat exchangers and filtration systems. We have evolved over the years to become a one stop shop for all of your cooling needs. And we love what we do!

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  • Houston, TX 800-473-9178

    At Cold Shot Chillers, we create a number of chilling systems, including cooling towers. Our products are designed for durability and cost effectiveness. Our engineers can easily custom build any machine to fit the needs of a particular application. We are a disciplined manufacturer of superb water chiller technology, and our dependable water chillers are long lasting and simple to maintain at a competitive price.

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Water Cooling Towers Industry Information

Water Cooling Towers

Water cooling towers use convective heat transfer in the process of heat removal. Used primarily in large, industrial plants, water is used as the transmitter of heat in the evaporative process to cool liquids and air. Facilities such as power plants, oil refineries, petrochemical and natural gas processing plants all use evaporating and water cooling to remove heat.

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Applications of Water Cooling Towers

Specific applications of water cooling towers include air conditioning towers and HVAC cooling towers, as well as water treatment. Water is an ideal substance to use for industrial cooling, as it has a high specific heat capacity and greater thermal conductivity than many other liquids. Furthermore, when water is released into the atmosphere through the process of evaporation, it is able to be absorbed into the water cycle again. It is a naturally available resource, although sources of cooling water vary according to the location of the cooling tower system and the natural provision. These sources may include rivers, seas, wells, or lakes. Water cooling towers use evaporation of the source water to cool and can also be classified as "wet" cooling towers. Some applications require higher quality water and purified water can be used instead of natural water, although it is likely to be much more expensive and only used for specific industries, such as biochemical or food processing.

How Water Cooling Towers Work

The coolant water is pumped into the cooling tower system and is circulated through heat exchangers. The heat exchangers are heated by the industrial processes of the plant, and can be heated water or another liquid or hot air; energy given off there. The waste heat is absorbed by some of the coolant water to the point of evaporation, at which it is released as warm moist air. Evaporation causes the air to leave the surface of the water and the heat exchangers cool. The warm air is less dense, and it rises into the atmosphere. Water is moved around the heat exchangers continuously in order to keep the cycle of heat removal and evaporation moving. The cycle of cool water combined with the evaporative process results in some water loss, and, therefore, water needs to be brought in from the water source to replace it with fresh cool water.

Factors to Consider When Using Water Cooling Towers

Thermal pollution is a concern if precautions are not taken to prevent heated water being returned to the natural source and disturbing the ecology of the river or lake. Another consideration to have in regard to the location of the tower when using water cooling is the temperatures the tower may experience in the natural environment. If the temperatures are likely to drop during winter months, precautions should be taken to prevent freezing damage to piping and interior surfaces.



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