Round Cooling Tower Components

The round cooling tower operates on the counter flow current principle between the air stream and the water. Water is dispersed using sprinkler heads and pipelines that are rotated by the supplied water pressure. Hot water flows downward via PVC fills to enhance the surface area for heat transfer. likewise creating a thin water film. The cooling tower’s axial fan, which is placed on top, pulls cooling air in from the outside. The temperature of the water drops as a result. Air pressure loss will increase due to the water and air stream’s opposing currents. However, compared to other types of cooling towers, the efficiency of heat transfer will be higher.



Components Of Round Cooling Tower


Steel that has been hot-dip galvanized. All connections are made using galvanized bolts and nuts. Plastic reinforced with glass fibers makes up the tower’s walls.

Air inlet mesh

Made of PE plastic to prevent foreign material sucked into tower.

Fan duct

On top of the tower, is made of glass fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP). To increase aerodynamic effectiveness and lessen pressure loss, the shape is cone-shaped.


The motor will power the tower fan. Our basic tower model often uses a motor that is water and moisture-proof type IP 55 rated due to the humid air stream. If a higher rating is not necessary.


It’s made of an alloy of aluminium. Water will come into touch with stream air by way of the fan’s created airflow. Axial flow fans are ideal since they can produce a lot of airflow. High efficiency, reduced vibration, corrosion resistance, and safe operation are all requirements for a good fan.

Drift eliminator

Fiberglass-reinforced plastic is used to make this (FRP). It will stop air leaving the tower from bringing over tiny water droplets. It will reduce water loss due to drift.


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