Cooling towers and abatement system

The Marley NC Everest cooling tower is designed to deliver faster cooling than field-erected towers and constructed to withstand the rigors of power and industrial applications.

12/19/2016


The Marley NC Everest cooling tower is designed to deliver faster cooling than field-erected towers and constructed to withstand the rigors of power and industrial applications. Courtesy: SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc.The Marley NC Everest cooling tower is designed to deliver roughly 80% faster cooling than field-erected towers. It is specifically designed and constructed to withstand the rigors of power and industrial applications. The Marley Modular F400 cooling tower offers a modular construction process to speed field erection. Components of the cooling tower are pre-assembled at the manufacturing facility, and benefits of the tower include reduced laydown area, shorter construction schedule, and less impact from weather. Less manpower is required on site and assembly processes are safer. The Marley ClearSky Plume Abatement System is a fully integrated system that uses a series of PVC heat exchanger modules in the tower plenum to condense the moisture in ambient air before it exits the tower to reduce the visible plume. Instead of water vapor being released into the air, it is reclaimed and used in the cooling tower system.

SPX Cooling Technologies Inc.

www.spxcooling.com



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