Machinery

Cooling Tower 1410 kW EVAPCO Model-AT-215-59

SKU: 6112018

Good condition cooling tower made by EVAPCO in 2011 with two cooling fans. Machine is still installed but ready for immediate relocation

Technical Details

  • Manufacturer EVAPCO Europe NV, Belgium
  • Manufacturer's type AT-215-59
  • Made in year 2011
  • Capacity 1410 kW / 314 RT
  • Application Evaporative cooler
  • Wet bulb temperature 21°C
  • Entering water temperature 32 °C
  • Leaving water temperature 26 °C
  • Fluid flow (LPS) 55 liters/second
  • Fluid type water
  • Number of fans 2 x 5.5 kW
  • Weight 5188 kg
  • ;Main dimensions (W x L x H ) 2578 x 4696 x 3766 mm
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Evaporative Cooling Tower EVAPCO Model-AT-215-59 1410 kW

This evaporative cooling station EVAPKO was made in 2011 year by EVAPCO Company.

It has two fans for water cooler and it is designed to operate together with YORK GRAM ammonia station, cooling the entire York Compressor station equipment. Equipment is in perfect working condition and still installed on the roof of the building. Have all needed certificates and ISO document’s. 

Short description and working principals:

Warm water from the heat source is pumped to the water distribution system at the top of the tower. The water is distributed over the wet deck fill by means of large orifice EvapJet™ nozzles. Simultaneously, air is drawn in through the air inlet louvers at the base of the tower and travels upward through the wet deck fill opposite the water flow. A small portion of the water is evaporated which removes the heat from the remaining water. The warm moist air is drawn to the top of the cooling tower by the fan and discharged to the atmosphere. The cooled water drains to the basin at the bottom of the tower and is returned to the heat source. The vertical air discharge of the AT design and the distance between the discharge air and fresh air intakes reduces the chance of air recirculation since the warm humid air is directed up and away from the unit.