Induced Draft Cross Flow

The crossflow towers have a fill configuration through which the air flows horizontally, across the downward fall of water. Water to be cooled is delivered to hot water inlet basins located atop the fill areas, and is distributed to the fill by gravity through metering inlets in the floor of those basins. There are two types of cross flow applications.

Double Flow: where the fan is inducting air through two inlets and across two banks of fill.

Single Flow: where there is only one air inlet and one fill bank with the remaining three sides of the tower being cased. This type is customarily used in locations where an unrestricted air path to the tower is available from only one direction.

Features

1) Motor and Drives

  • High Efficiency MEPS 2 Standard IP66 TEF
  • Power Band Drive system
  • Cast Iron or Aluminium Pulleys SPB Minimum
  • Heavy Duty Bearings

 2) Fan

  • High Efficiency
  • Low Noise
  • Aluminium/GRP/FRP construction
  • Anti Corrosive

 3) Spray System

  • High Pressure PVC Pipe
  • ABS Anti Clog Distribution Nozzles

 4) Casing

  • Stainless Steel, Mild Steel or Fibreglass
  • Isophthalic Polyesther Based Resins & Gelcoats
  • High Quality Chemical and Corrosion resistant
  • High Strength
  • UV Resistant Flow Coat

 5) Access Door

  • High Strength, Lightweight Fibreglass
  • Easily Removable

 6) Hardware

  • 304 Stainless Steel Minimum

7) Coil

  • Mild Steel
  • Stainless Steel 304L
  • Copper Heavy Duty Thick Wall Pipe Mounted in PTFE Tube Place with Stainless Steel Frame
  • Pressure Tested to 3000 KPA

 8) Louvres

  • Rigid PVC Anti splash Louvres
  • Stainless Steel or PVC frames
  • Easy to Maintain
  • Easy to Remove and Self Retaining