Can A Dry Cooling Tower Have A History?
You know those tall, open topped cylindrical concrete towers you often see pumping white smoke out? Before you freak and worry that these industrial manufacturers are clogging our ozone layer, know this, that white smoke you are seeing is steam being let off from the manufacturing process.
The main job of these towers is to cool down the circulating water that manufacturers use for their processes.
Industrial cooling towers are used to remove heat that is leftover from the manufacturing process. These aeration tower systems were created from the development of 19th century condensers for the steam engines that existed at that time.
Now you can see a dry cooling tower wherever there is a manufacturing plant. You can also find these cooling towers in oil refineries, chemical plants, thermal power stations and even used in heating and air conditioning systems.
Originally a dry cooling tower was installed on the rooftop of a building or were sometimes free standing. These towers used fans or natural airflow for the cooling process. Now the cooling is done more industrially.
If you own a building that needs a cooling tower, you can now find and hire a cooling tower manufacturer to give you exactly what you need. These manufacturers can build any kind of cooling tower, and any size needed.
In fact, the largest cooling tower in the world was built at the Kalisindh Thermal Power Plant which is located in India. That tower is 202 meters high.
It is amazing the inventions industrial manufacturing has brought to the current century.