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What's the difference between closed cooling tower and open cooling tower?

http://en.wanxiangcti.com time:2019-12-26 15:09:21 click:257

Closed cooling tower and open cooling tower in the actual operation process will have a variety of different operating standards, but from the current situation, the two different types of cooling tower will have a variety of differences.

1. The closed cooling tower will have its own operating principles during the actual operation of the machine, and they are simply two cycles at the same time of operation, one is the internal circulation, the other is the external circulation, there is no filled materials, the main core is still in the inside of some copper tube cooling.

Internal circulation: in the process of circulation, the closed cooling tower is connected with all the object equipment to form a closed circulation system. In the process of cooling the object equipment, more heat from the object equipment can be cooled to the cooling unit. Outer loop: at the same time of closed cooling tower for circulation, cooling tower itself is to be cool, and can't and the circulation of water in direct contact with, only through the surface of the copper tube of the air conditioning in the cooling tower for cooling, under the cooling way through automatic control, according to the set temperature and the operation of the motor for understanding.

Both cycles can run simultaneously in the spring or summer, when temperatures are relatively high, and if the two seasons are not particularly hot in autumn and winter, in most cases only one inner cycle is required. 2. Open cooling tower

Open cooling towers also need to take into account some of the patterns of circulating water sprays as they cool, and look at how they actually spray on fiberglass materials to achieve a heat exchange through the contact between water and air.