Cooling tower introduction
The cooling water is cooled and reused by a cooling tower. Cooling tower structure: The water to be cooled is sprayed down the pipeline at the top of the tower. In addition, there is a blower on the wall of the tower to blow the air in. The top has a large exhaust fan to pump the air out of the tower to facilitate the flow of air and accelerate. The cooling of the water. Spacers are provided above and below the spray pipe with a heat-dissipating plate made of a hollowed-out PVC glue to increase the heat dissipation time of the water droplets. Designed to be such a shape is a hyperbolic shape that facilitates convective heat transfer between water and air.