The principle underlying evaporative cooling is the fact that water must have heat applied to it to change from a liquid to a vapor. When evaporation occurs, this heat is taken from the water that remains in the liquid state, resulting in a cooler liquid.
Evaporative cooling systems use the same principle as perspiration to provide cooling for machinery and buildings. A cooling tower is a heat-rejection device, which discharges warm air from the cooling tower to the atmosphere through the cooling of water. In the HVAC industry, the term “cooling tower” is used to describe both open- and closed-circuit heat-rejection equipment.
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For over seven decades Baltimore Aircoil Company has been dedicated to the development of innovative, cost effective heat transfer solutions for its customers. This has established BAC as the global leader of factory assembled evaporative heat rejection and thermal storage equipment.
Baltimore Aircoil Company is recognized as the world’s largest manufacturer of evaporative heat rejection and thermal storage equipment. BAC products are supplied to the commercial, industrial, refrigeration, process and power markets to meet a variety of heat transfer applications.