Water cooling towers are widely used for thermal comfort in hospitals and hotels as well as in industrial areas. In simple terms, we can define it as an eco-friendly device that can reduce the temperature of the warmest water in the most efficient way at any source. The environment is friendly because when the hot water is cooled, the towers produce moisture, which is very beneficial for the ecosystem, which is a positive influence on the diversity of the florans.
How to make heat transfer in water cooling towers.
There are entrance and exit facilities in the towers. The tower entrance is located at the top of the tower. The tower is located on the outlet side of the pool area. The hot water entering the tower from the inlet is distributed with a certain and significant pressure by means of the graduated fountains as equally as possible to the surface of the housing and the water distribution installation of this area. The fact that this distribution is as uniform as possible is directly influential in tower performance.
If the water distribution is missing in some parts of the tower padding surface, then some parts of the padding will not come down. This situation will bring with it a very serious disadvantage. The tower air circulation is towards the upper baffle from the lower louvers. Heat transfer is also caused by fresh air during this air passage and water coming from the film on the filler surface. However, as is known, the air will prefer the least resistant route on this transition route. As you can imagine, this path can not be well distributed and this will be the surface of the fill where water does not come down. It is obvious that there will be no heat transfer if the air passes through places where there is no water.
Contrary to what is known, the bigger the tower, the cooler the water is, the more it crashes at this point. However, if you do a balanced water distribution, you can expect very good performance. Otherwise, your effort will go no further than increasing your investment cost and lowering your efficiency.
The volume of the hot water coming from the top of the filling surface is collapsed by counteracting with the air coming from the lower side of the water to make heat transfer and the decrease of the temperature of the final water is the formation of the heat transfer in the water cooling halls. It is natural for this heat transfer to cause a water loss of between 1.5 and 2.5 percent in the circulation water.