As professional experts in the manufacture of cooling towers or cooling towers, torres NUCLEOS, as well as filling and droplet separator for almost any cooling tower on the market, PANAL C & V and SEPARADOR C & V, today we are going to talk about the characteristics of These towers so you can know them in detail.

But before we start, we must describe what the cooling or cooling towers are. Well, these are structures whose main function is to cool water and other elements that are found at very high temperatures inside enclosures of diverse nature.

They are used in very different types of industries, from oil refineries to natural gas or petrochemical plants, as well as almost any manufacturing industry that needs to lower temperatures that have risen in their production process.

Depending on the type of mechanism they use, we can find wet or dry towers. The first works by evaporation and the second by separation of the fluid to be cooled from the rest of the environment.

Aesthetically, there are three types of towers based on the draft they use. They are those of natural draft (we recognize them as having a high chimney), those of induced draft (a small vacuum is created in their interior, since there is a fan in the highest part) and those of mechanical draft (in these, the draft is forced by means of ventilation motors that are placed in the base).

Depending on the weather conditions that exist at the time, you can see clouds of water vapor (similar to a dense fog) coming out of the towers.

In these processes it is very important to have a suitable material that acts as an evaporative substrate, the filling, for the filling of said cooling towers in its interior. Therefore, a professional hand must be in charge of its manufacture. If you wish, in Control y Ventilacion, S.L. we can be at your disposal to solve any case you present us.

Control y Ventilacion, S.L. is a company of international renown within the industrial and livestock sector, for being a manufacturer of products within the evaporative cooling sector, such as the HUMIBAT, evaporative plastic cooler; or its NUCLEOS towers, Cooling Towers. In both products, the substrate in which the evaporative process is produced is a plastic honeycomb, a honeycomb resistant both to physical and chemical attacks, and at the same time flexible, a honeycomb with a mesh structure, made of polyethylene High Density, and marketed under the names of PANAL C & V or in the case of being a drop separator, SEPARADOR C & V .

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