Decent cooling tower construction services provide their customers with highly reliable turnkey solutions, including the new design and design of cooling towers, as well as the maintenance of cooling towers and components designed according to each customer’s needs. ICS cooperates with the owners of existing projects or expansion projects, making for your one-stop supplier for all your cooling tower systems, and acting as the general contractor for the design, engineering, procurement, supply and turnkey installation of the entire cooling tower.
In addition, owners of existing concrete cooling towers can rely on integrated solutions or brand new cooling tower installation processes to provide the best support in the industry, while potential customers who prefer concrete cooling towers can rely on a good service provider to operate them smoothly and efficiently.
ICS supplies the industrial industry with counterflow and crossflow cooling towers made of wood, fiberglass (FRP) or concrete, tailored to your cooling needs with film filling, spray filling or hybrid filling. The civil engineering of the tower concrete foundation, the concrete cooling tower shell and the cold water concrete basin is the responsibility of the customer engineer using the Tower Techs’ basic design criteria for construction work and the development of assembly specifications.
Regardless of size or complexity, a good cooling tower parts supplier should provide design, engineering, and construction of on-site cooling towers for a wide range of industrial applications. It should also provide a complete water cooling tower system, including civil engineering, civil engineering and piles, pumps, pipes, cable trays and other auxiliary equipment.
Typically, on-site cooling towers are designed and tuned to meet the exact objectives of the customer, the location of the facility, including reuse of existing foundations, if applicable, and general specifications to achieve or exceed the thermal performance expected by customers, plume abatement and demolition requirements. The evaporative cooling effect provided by a wet cooling tower is not achieved, but if the water temperature does not need to be lowered below, for example, 100 degrees Fahrenheit, a dry cooling tower can be very efficient and more energy efficient in a very humid environment. Then make some design changes (eg motor size, blade pitch) that can increase the cooling capacity without requiring a new tower design along the line.
Cooling towers can be small rooftop installations, compact mid-sized units, or very large structures sometimes associated with industrial processes or power plants, with their characteristic plume of water vapor in the exhaust air. We assure all of our customers that no matter how complex your cooling tower is, your tower will be designed to provide maximum thermal performance, exceptional durability, and always complete on time. In other cases, it may be a wet cooling tower used to cool the refrigerant circuit in a large refrigeration system. Faced with these realities, many design engineers simply let their supplier or contractor size and target the tower without getting too involved in design and solutions.
Britain saw the first tower, built in 1924 in Liverpool, to cool water used in a coal-fired power plant. The cooling system is located at the base of the towers, which is usually 10 meters lower, the rest of the tower is a hollow shell. A certified technician works with the customer’s engineer and contractor to ensure that Tower Tech is applied correctly.