This training set is designed to demonstrate the working principles of water cooling towers experimentally.
The cooling tower is a heat removal unit. The water cooling towers are sprayed on the hot water from the system and the heat is given to the atmosfere to cool away from the environment. It gives the unwanted heat in the system to the atmosphere by allowing some of the water that passes through to evaporate. The remaining water is cooled down to the desired level. Water cooling halls are a structure working in the direction of heat transfer and fluid mechanics principles. The hot water from the system separates the particles from the filling materials and collides with the outside air entering through the air panel. A part of the water evaporates, and the remaining part becomes enthalpy. Thus, the water temperature sent to the system can be reduced to the saturated wet weather temperature.
Coolant build-up resistance
Fan speed control
Evaporative Cooling Pump
4-point temperature sensor
2-point digital relative humidity sensor
Transparent plexiglass tower
Touch LCD Display
USB Computer Connection
Device, device cover, 1 printed experiment report, circuit diagram and product catalog
A x B x H: 1180 x 450 x 1500 mm