What does evapco make?

What does evapco make?

EVAPCO, Inc. is an industry leading manufacturing company with global resources and solutions for worldwide heat transfer applications. We are dedicated to designing and manufacturing the highest quality products for the evaporative cooling and industrial refrigeration markets around the globe.

Where are Evapco cooling towers made?

Headquartered in Taneytown, Maryland, EVAPCO products are manufactured in 22 locations in 10 countries and supplied through a sales network of more than 170 offices.

What does Evapco cooling tower do?

A small portion of the water is evaporated which removes the heat from the remaining water. The warm moist air is drawn to the top of the cooling tower by the fan and discharged to the atmosphere. The cooled water drains to the basin at the bottom of the tower and is returned to the heat source.

How much electricity does a cooling tower use?

Based on seasonal operation of approximately 2,000 hours with a VFD controlled fan, the tower fan motor would consume 30,275.5 kWh and the system pump energy consumption would be approximately 7,974.6 kWh.

What is the difference between a fluid cooler and a cooling tower?

A Cooling Tower is typically used to reject unwanted heat from a chiller. A Fluid Cooler is typically used to reject unwanted heat from water source heat pumps. A Cooling Tower / Fluid Cooler is a heat transfer device that extracts waste heat and rejects it into the atmosphere.

Are cooling towers Closed-Loop?

There are two different types of industrial or HVAC cooling tower designs: closed-loop cooling tower system and open cooling water system. Both types of towers serve the same purpose, but they go about cooling the water in different ways.

Do cooling towers work in humid climates?

Relative humidity does NOT affect the performance of an evaporative cooling tower. Relative humidity DOES affect the rate of evaporation from the tower.

What is the wet bulb in cooling towers?

Wet bulb temperature essentially measures how much water vapor the atmosphere can hold at current weather conditions. A lower wet bulb temperature means the air is drier and can hold more water vapor than it can at a higher wet bulb temperature.

How much does it cost to run a tower fan per hour?

On average, the cost to run a tower fan for an hour in the US is less than 1 cent. The cost to run a tower fan all night is just under 7 cents. In the US, on average, the cost to run a tower fan all day is 20 cents.

How does an Evapco cooling tower work?

Is closed cooling system better?

In a closed-cooling system, less of the engine is exposed to raw water. Outside of installing a closed-cooling system, there is no way to protect the cooling passages inside your engine from raw water. Closed-cooling systems are worth the added cost if you’re going to operate the engine in saltwater all of the time.

What is the lowest temperature a cooling tower can produce?

4-5° Fahrenheit
The coldest temperature that a cooling tower can reach is 4-5° Fahrenheit, higher than the wet-bulb temperature. This is calculated by measuring the water temperature that enters the cold basin and the wet-bulb temperature (this is also known as measuring the approach).

How cold can a cooling tower get?

The coldest temperature that a cooling tower can reach is 4-5° Fahrenheit, higher than the wet-bulb temperature. This is calculated by measuring the water temperature that enters the cold basin and the wet-bulb temperature (this is also known as measuring the approach).