Cooling tower withstanding rigors of power

Marley NC Everest cooling tower is a pre-assembled, crossflow evaporative cooling system.

09/02/2016


Marley NC Everest cooling tower is a pre-assembled, crossflow evaporative cooling system. Courtesy: SPXSPX's Marley NC Everest cooling tower is a pre-assembled, crossflow evaporative cooling system. NC Everest is designed with industrial-strength materials and engineered to withstand the rigors of power and heavy industrial applications. It features a heavy gauge steel structure, Marley Geareducer, and mechanical components. The integral cold water basins eliminate concrete basin construction. Seven-foot doors provide access to the tower's interior service decks and mechanical components. Featuring the MarKey drift eliminator, the cooling tower achieves the little measureable drift. The NC Everest is Factory Mutual approved for use without a fire protection system.

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