Skid Mounted Cooling Towers
Skid Mounted Cooling Tower is a complete set of cooling materials such as Cooling Tower, Pump, Pipe work with connections, Water Treatment system, Electrical system mounted on a single base frame. This entire setup can be taken any where and it will ready to use by just connecting it to your system. Skid mounted cooling tower is customizable according to the user requirements.
Cooling towers originated out of the development in the 19th century of condensers for use with the steam engine. Condensers use relatively cool water, via various means, to condense the steam coming out of the pistons or turbines. This reduces the back pressure, which in turn reduces the steam consumption, and thus the fuel consumption, while at the same time increasing power and recycling boiler-water.
Cooling towers vary in size from small roof-top units to very large hyperboloid structures (as in the adjacent image) that can be up to 200 metres (660 ft) tall and 100 metres (330 ft) in diameter, or rectangular structures that can be over 40 metres (130 ft) tall and 80 metres (260 ft) long. The skid mounted cooling towers are often associated with nuclear power plants, although they are also used to some extent in some large chemical and other industrial plants. Although these large towers are very prominent, the vast majority of cooling towers are much smaller, including many units installed on or near buildings to discharge heat from air conditioning.
The engineering team at Gireesh is ready to help you design the ideal cooling pumping package based on your specific requirements.
Gireesh has engineered cooling pumping packaged systems from cooling of large industrial electrical panels to the cooling of process equipment in manufacturing, power generation and mining. This is accomplished through the use of plate and frame exchangers, chillers, cooling towers, airflow radiators, and various pumps to complete your cooling pumping package.
Cooling skids are used in the following applications:
Very high horse-power VFD installations,
Complex Electrical & Electronics installation, such as SVC’s that require heat removal,
High speed electromagnetic motors and auxiliaries,
Magnetic adjustable speed drives,
Critical Industrial, mining or process industry applications.