Closed circuit cooler

EVAPCO’s eco-LSWE is a closed circuit cooler with an ellipti-fin coil


The spirally finned elliptical tubes increase both wet and dry capacity. Courtesy: Evapco Inc.

New from EVAPCO are the eco-LSWE closed circuit coolers with an ellipti-fin coil and CrossCool internally enhanced tubes to increase the heat transfer of the coil, improving the unit’s cooling capacity. The units range in capacity from 340 to 16,987 MBH.

The eco-LSWE coolers offer greater capacity in a smaller footprint than traditional bare-tube, forced draft coolers, making them suitable for replacement jobs where additional capacity is needed within tight space constraints. This makes the eco-LSWE a good match for installations where increased capacity is required, but the existing footprint cannot be altered. The eco-LSWE also offers reduced unit height and total connected horsepower.

Evapco Inc.

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