Plume abatement technology

ClearSky plume abatement technology provides cooling tower efficiency, conserves water, and reduces unwanted water vapor plumes when integrated with Marley field-erected counterflow cooling towers.

06/09/2016


ClearSky plume abatement technology provides cooling tower efficiency, conserves water, and reduces unwanted water vapor plumes when integrated with Marley field-erected counterflow cooling towers. Courtesy: SPX Cooling TechnologiesSPX Cooling Technologies' ClearSky plume abatement technology provides cooling tower efficiency, conserves water, and reduces unwanted water vapor plumes when integrated with Marley field-erected counterflow cooling towers. ClearSky is suitable for use in cooling tower installations, including urban environments, airports, hospitals, data centers, and power generation plants. It 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, thereby reducing the visible plume. ClearSky helps to save water by reclaiming and using it in the cooling tower system in applications like power plants.

SPX Cooling Technologies

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