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Cooling Tower Type
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   Forced Draft       A forced draft cooling tower where the fan or fans are located at the bottom of the tower. Cooling air is pushed up through stack. 
   Induced Draft       An induced draft cooling tower where the fan or fans are located on top of the tower. Cooling air is pulled up through stack. 
   Natural Draft       Natural draft cooling towers use natural convective airflow moving up the stack to cool the water. These systems are very large, very expensive and used mostly by power utility companies. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary cooling method. 
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   Design       
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   Cross Flow       Cross flow design mixes air and water at a 90-degree angle. The advantages of this design include low pressure drop and low power consumption. 
   Counter Flow       Counter flow design mixes air and water in a vertical flow method where the water is falling and the air is rising. The advantage of this design is a smaller footprint. 
   Closed Loop       A closed loop system works similarly to a refrigeration system. The cooling water is contained inside a closed piping system and evaporative cooling occurs by running water over the pipe containing the heated water. 
   Open Loop       An open loop system pumps the heated water into a tank at the top of the tower. The water cascades down through a series of louvers or plates in the system while cooling air is moving upwards. The evaporative effect removes heat from the water that is then recirculated back into the process. 
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Specifications
   Motor Power       The rating of the motor used to drive the fan in the cooling tower. In the US it will typically be rated in Horsepower (HP) while other countries may use Watts (W). 
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   Cooling Capacity       The rated volume of air that is moved through the tower in a given time. It is typically rated in tons. 
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   Flow Rate       The flow rate of cooling water through the tower during a given time. Tower flow rates vary as a function of size or cooling capacity. 
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   Sump / Basin Capacity       This is the catch basin or sump where the cooled water is collected. Each system has a basin specifically designed to meet the needs of the plant. 
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   Operating Weight       The operating weight of the cooling tower should be used to determine where the tower should be placed. For instance, the operating weight cannot exceed the rated load of the roof it will sit on. 
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   Supply Voltage      The supply voltage and phase type used by the fan motor.
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   DC Power       Direct current (DC) has a constant voltage and current. 
   115 / 120 VAC        A common voltage supply for residential and commercial use. 
   208 / 230 / 240 VAC       230 Volts AC is a typical voltage used for smaller cooling tower fans. May be a single or three phase supply. 
   480 VAC       480 Volts AC is a standard plant and factory supply voltage used in North America. 
   575 / 600 VAC       A three phase supply voltage used in the North America. 
   International / Other       International and all other power requirements that can include 50 Hz frequency supplies. 
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   Supply Phase       
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   Single Phase       Single phase will typically be used with lower supply voltages like 230VAC. 
   Three Phase       Three phase supply refers to the type of power supplied to electrical equipment where there is a 120-degree phase shift between feeder lines. 
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Construction / Material
           
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   Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester (FRP)       Fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP) is the material of the major body parts of the tower. This material is used in applications where there are components in the water that are highly corrosive to metal. 
   Metal       This includes galvanized steel, stainless steel and any other metal used in the construction of the tower. 
   Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)       Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is used in applications where there are corrosive materials in the water. 
   Wood       Wood is a common building material used in cooling towers. 
   Concrete       Concrete is used as the primary material in the natural flow cooling towers. It is used in other types as well. 
   Polyethylene       Polyethylene is used where the cooling water has corrosive elements in it. 
   Other       Any other type of tower body material not listed. 
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Features & Options
           
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   Corrosion Resistant       Corrosion resistant materials are used in towers where the cooling water also contains corrosive chemicals and materials. 
   Control Panel       A control is included with the cooling tower. 
   Electric Basin Heater       In colder climates, it may be necessary to heat the catch basin to prevent freezing. 
   Indoor Storage Tank       Indoor tanks are used instead of outdoor basins in cold climates or where temporary storage is needed. They perform the same function as a regular basin. 
   Ladder       Ladders are used to gain access to the top of the cooling tower. 
   Sealed Bearings       Sealed bearings extend the life of the fan bearings and motor bearings. 
   Portable       Portable cooling towers are available in a fairly wide variety of capacities. They are trucked onto the user site and plumbed into their system. These are temporary installations why maintenance or repair is being performed on the regular site unit. 
   Other       Any other features or options not listed. 
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