Hybrid cooling towers represent an efficient combination of wet and dry cooling, producing a favorable impact on the environment. Let’s take a look at some details of hybrid cooling towers.
What Is A Hybrid Cooling Tower?
These towers specifically allow for the reduction of steam drift, which is especially visible during cold and wet weather. Eliminating the steam plume is very beneficial in areas that have the potential of roads freezing over. Hybrid cooling towers help to reduce the consumption of water while also providing total heat rate, as specified by the customer.
Hybrid Cooling Tower Components
Hybrid cooling towers are comprised of the following:
- Water basin
- Fan stack
- Cooling fill
- Outer shell
- Supporting structure
- Fan with drive
- Mixing modules
- Drift eliminators
- Water distribution system
- Dry cooling exchangers
These towers are ideal for the following industries:
- Chemical industries
- Energy industries
- Petrochemical industries
- Paper industries
- Engineering industries
- Plastic and rubber industries
- Manufacturing industries
Hybrid cooling towers can be used for the following purposes:
- Total cooling efficiency
- Noise elimination
- Water and energy savings
- Reduced environmental impact
- Used materials and components
Universal Tower Parts In Phoenix, AZ
Universal Tower Parts provides stainless steel and galvanized options, welded and gasketed, direct, gear reducer and belt drive units, with efficient Jedair fans, and Jedair low noise fans. Strainers, fan guards and louvers are well constructed, and designed to operate efficiently as they perform their function. Cool Core drift eliminators and fill are made by Universal Tower Parts expressly for our towers.