Timber Type Cooling Tower
Timber Type Cooling Tower is a structural material for cooling towers which was largely abandoned about 10 years ago. It is still used
occasionally due to its low initial costs, in spite of its short life expectancy. The life of treated timber varies a lot, depending on the
operating conditions of the tower, such as frequency of shutdowns, treatment of the circulating water, etc. With side-stream filtration, a portion of the water is filtered continuously. This method works on the
principle that continuous particle removal will keep the system clean. Manufacturers typically package side-stream filters on a skid,
complete with a pump and controls.
Timber Type Cooling Tower this method is cost-effective. Properly sizing a side-stream filtration system is critical to obtain satisfactory filter performance, but there is some debate over how to properly size the side-stream system. Many engineers size the system to continuously filter the cooling tower basin water at a rate equivalent to 10% of the total circulation flow rate. Cycle of concentration Maximum allowed multiplier for the amount of miscellaneous substances in circulating water compared to the amount of those substances in make-up water.