- Dry cooling towers operate by heat transfer through a surface that separates the working fluid from ambient air, such as in a tube to air heat exchanger which utilizes convective heat transfer. Dry cooling towers do not use evaporation.
MechPro Inc. provides CIP (Clean-in-Place) service for two condenser heat exchangers under the 4 compressors at The Granite Curling Club of Seattle in Shoreline, Washington with their friends from Bowman Refrigeration. CIP (Clean-in-Place) of the two condenser heat exchangers under the 4 compressors. The bubbling in the tank is caused by the chemical reaction of […]