Natural draft cooling towers or hyperbolic towers are used primarily in power plants and energy-intensive plants, including chemical facilities, because of their efficiency at large-scale tasks. They work using the stack or chimney effect, much like a fireplace. Warmer air naturally rises inside the tower due to the density differential compared to the outside air, drawing in more air at the bottom. The film fill is located in the lower part of the tower, where water is sprayed over it. The water is cooled by the upward flow of air. Cooling tower maintenance is equally important in these systems. Hamon can provide you with the correct tools and an appropriate schedule to maintain your natural draft cooling tower.
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