Round Type FRP Fiber Glass Counter Flow Cooling Tower
A cooling tower is a device that uses water as a circulating coolant and absorbs heat from a system and discharges it to the atmosphere to reduce the temperature of the water. Its cooling is the use of cold and heat exchange between water and air to generate steam. The steam volatilizes the heat and evaporates. The principle of heat dissipation, convective heat transfer and radiant heat transfer is an evaporative heat sink that dissipates excess heat generated in industry or refrigeration and air conditioning to lower the water temperature to ensure the normal operation of the system. The device is generally barrel-shaped and is therefore called a cooling tower.