TURBOsplash PAC ®™ installed and functioning with water containing high percentage of oil and grease. Installed fill film with water containing high percentage of oil and grease. TURBOsplash PAC ®™ ready for installation in the tower. Cooling tower with TURBOsplash PAC ®™ Read More
Images of TURBOsplash PAC ®™ fill material panels, packaged and prepared for shipment/install in cooling towers.
Photos illustrate the installment of TURBOsplash PAC ®™ fill material panels in a cross-functional water cooling tower.
The following graph illustrates the relationship between the Relative Plan Area (RPA) and Relative Power Consumption (RPC) with respect to increasing Relative Cooling Capacity (RCC), and describes how to double the relative cooling capacity with the same values of all other thermal Read More
Approximately 20 years ago, before the commercialization of TURBOsplash PAC ®™, the product underwent a rigorous experimental testing and a CDF evaluation aimed for design work. Since the geometry of TURBOsplash PAC ®™ was not comparable to other existing filling materials, the purpose Read More
The purpose of this analysis was to quantitatively/qualitatively evaluate the fluid-dynamic pressure losses, to which the fluid is subjected when crossing the system TURBOsplash PAC ®™. Fluid Dynamic Behaviour Plan AA digital pressure analysis digitized pressure analysis
The purpose of the fill material (or support material) is to give the most water surface as possible to the air, so that the same water can evaporate and, hence, become cool. The bigger the water surface exposed to the air, the Read More
The amount of evaporated water in the surface portion dA can be expressed through the relationship: dL = kv (psat – pv) dA, where kv is the evaporation function index. The following expression describes the amount of heat (QD) removed from water during evaporation: dQD = Read More
SYSTEMS THAT COOL WATER IN AN EVAPORATIVE WAY: WHERE THEY ARE USED A hint is given by knowing how refrigerators function in terms of “transfer of energy-heat”. Although this topic is very interesting, we will not linger on the quality of energy. We Read More