LCC Closed Circuit Cooling Tower Systems
When the cooling tower is in operation, the cooling water is susceptible to environment pollution. Closed circuit cooling towers are used to avoid the generating of deposits and scales because of the direct contact between the cooled fluid and air. This will avoid clogging and corroding problems. This closed circuit cross flow tower is required in those areas with poor water quality or when the cooled fluid or equipment will tolerate no pollution at all.
The LCC model uses a cross-flow and low noise design with light modular assembly and structure so that the installation can be easily completed on site.
The steel parts are hot dipped galvanized and the side plates and inlet louvers are made of UPVC plastic that is UV resistant. The fan stack, water basin and access door are all made of fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP).
We have applied a new heat exchanger and spraying method to tremendously increase the heat transfer efficiency. It can save 15% of space and weight compared to conventional towers. All the piping connections are on the lower part of the cold water basin.
High-efficient and low-noise fans are applied to go with the new heat exchanger rendering low static pressure and least power consumption.
Cooling water is circulating in the coils without any contact with the ambient air so that the water can be kept clean. Also, it prevents the condenser and pipes from scaling which would affect thermal performance. The condenser can perform efficiently so that the power consumption is low. The frequent cleaning is not necessary and the maintenance cost can be decreased.