Closed-circuit cooling tower

Baltimore Aircoil's PFi Closed Circuit Cooling Tower provides a low-cost, efficient cooling tower option.

06/03/2015


Baltimore Aircoil Company's PFi Closed Circuit Cooling Tower featuring the patent-pending OptiCoil System provides the lowest total installed cost and the total cost of ownership in its class.Baltimore Aircoil Co.'s PFi Closed Circuit Cooling Tower provides a low total installed cost and the total cost of ownership. PFi models also deliver reliable year-round operation while providing up to 30% or more in thermal performance. The new PFi Closed Circuit Cooling Tower also includes Extreme Efficiency (XE) models, tailored for customers who demand the lowest energy usage. PFi XE models are up to five times more efficient than the minimum requirements established in ASHRAE 90.1-2013, providing low operating costs with typical paybacks of 2 years or less, reducing sound levels by up to 5 dB.

Baltimore Aircoil Co.

www.BaltimoreAircoil.com



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