Cooling Towers Need Fine Filtration

A cooling tower evaporates water in order to cool the water, with important results: Air drawn into the water breaks it up into small droplets. This evaporates the water faster but also draws very small airborne particles into the water. The dissolved minerals in the water concentrate as the water evaporates. The TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) increase, concentrating until they become suspended solids. These suspended solids are also very small. The process of pumping the recirculating water and any corrosive bi-products also add to the small particles in the cooling water. Almost all the suspended particulate in a cooling tower is below 5 micron in size. The NuStream Filtration CT 70 filter r

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