Cooling tower

The Marley NC Everest Cooling Tower is a cross-flow evaporative cooling system that provides up to 50% more cooling capacity than other single-cell, factory-assembled cooling towers.

04/13/2017


SPX Marley NC Everest Cooling TowerThe Marley NC Everest Cooling Tower is a cross-flow evaporative cooling system that provides up to 50% more cooling capacity than other single-cell, factory-assembled cooling towers. The NC Everest uses up to 35% less fan power to achieve higher energy savings. Its unique design minimizes piping and electrical connections to reduce installation costs. Seven-foot doors provide access to the tower’s interior service decks and mechanical components, making routine inspections and maintenance safer and easier. Featuring the patent-pending MarKey Drift Eliminators, the NC Everest Cooling Tower achieves the lowest measurable drift rate, down to 0.0005% of circulating waterflow, so less water escapes the tower.

SPX Cooling Technologies Inc., http://spxcooling.com

This product is a Finalist in the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017 Product of the Year program. View more Finalists and cast your vote at www.csemag.com/votepoy (voting closes June 30, 2017).



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