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Timber Cooling Tower

Timber Cooling Tower

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Rcc Cooling Tower

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FRP Cooling Tower

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Fixed Tube Heat Exchanger

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Double Pipe Heat Exchanger

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U Tube Bundle Heat Exchanger

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Air Cooled Heat Exchanger

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Air Cooled Condenser

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Air Fin Cooler

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Oil Cooler

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Marine Heat Exchanger

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Plate Finned Type Heat Exchanger

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Plate Heat Exchanger

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Tube Bundle Heat Exchanger

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Transformer Oil Cooler

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Vertical Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

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Air Heat Exchangers

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Finned Tube Heat Exchanger

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Water Heat Exchanger

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M15 Heat Exchanger

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Skid Mounted Cooling Tower

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Dry Cooling Tower

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Fanless Cooling Tower

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Timber Cooling Tower

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Timber Cooling tower is useful for chemical plants, air conditioning plants, induction furnace, injection moulding machine, chilling plants, oxygen plants, diesel generating sets and heat exchangers. And also for steel industries, cement industries, chemical industries, and water effluent treatment industries.

By the turn of the 20th century, several evaporative methods of recycling cooling water were in use in areas without a suitable water supply, such as urban locations relying on municipal water mains. In areas with available land, the systems took the form of cooling ponds; in areas with limited land, such as in cities, it took the form of cooling towers.

The loss of wood preservative chemicals by the washing action of the water flowing through a wood structure cooling tower.

A structural material for cooling towers which was largely abandoned about few years ago. It is still used occasionally due to its low initial costs, in spite of its short life expectancy. The life of treated timber varies a lot, depending on the operating conditions of the tower, such as frequency of shutdowns, treatment of the circulating water, etc. Under proper working conditions, the estimated life of treated timber structural members is about 10 years.

The cooling towers are based on the principles of evaporative cooling, the maximum cooling tower efficiency depends on the wet bulb temperature of the air. The wet-bulb temperature is a type of temperature measurement that reflects the physical properties of a system with a mixture of a gas and a vapour, usually air and water vapour.