Infill Effect of Cooling Tower
Cooling tower infill is used to increase the heat dissipation, extend the cooling water residence time, increase the heat transfer area, and increase the heat exchange capacity. Evenly distribute water. It is not something that needs to be cooled down to fill the tower. A cooling tower is a device that cools a hot fluid (including water) to a reasonable temperature. Waste heat generated during industrial production or refrigeration processes is generally guided by cooling water. Infill is used to exchange heat with the cooling water in the tower and the air in the tower, so that the waste heat is transferred to the air and dispersed into the atmosphere. Cooling tower applications: air conditioning cooling systems, frozen series, electric furnace, injection molding, leather, power generation, steam turbines, aluminum processing, air compressors, industrial water cooling and other fields.