North Street Cooling Tower provide industrial cooling tower and cooling tower components such as cooling tower gear box, fan, composite drive shaft, cooling tower fill, drift eliminator, nozzle,…etc. to oil and gas, refinery, petrochemical, chemical, power, pulse and paper, food,…etc. industries.
Reduction in temperature resulting from the evaporation of a liquid, wich removes latent heat from the surface from which evaporation takes place.
In counter flow cooling towers, the air travels vertically upwards while the water falls vertically downwards. The water and air interaction is further enhanced by providing a fill media which increases the time for which they both are in contact with each other.
PVC film fill is preferred where cold water temperature is critical and quality of water is good, but should be avoided when the circulating water contains oil or is highly polluted.
PVC-V bars are used where the quality of water is poor and PVC film fill cannot be used.
In cross flow cooling towers, the air and water cross each other at right angles with water falling vertically downwards and air moving in horizontally. They are available with splash type fill and are suitable for all cooling load applications. However, they are more suitable for applications where water has higher suspended solids which can be a problem for film fill cooling tower.
Splash fill is available in chemically treated timber and PVC V Bar and Opti Grid. Fills are supported on grids made of SS-304 wire. For smaller load application, cooling towers are fitted with direct driven motor arrangement where fans are directly mounted on motor shafts.
Carbon light provide composite cooling tower drive shaft or long span composite cooling tower coupling and carbon fiber composite roller for Idler roller, Guide rollers, Contact roller, Nip roller, Dancer roller, Lay on roller, Load cell roller, Calendar roller, Reel spools, Roll cores, Transducers, Accumulator, Conveyor roller, Parallel sleeve, Conical sleeve, Air shaft, Impression roller, Tension roller, and News printing roller
The lower coefficient of thermal expansion of superior composites that are used results in higher dimensional stability of the drive shaft resulting in reduced stresses, vibrations and increase in service life.
The drive shafts are designed to rotate in both directions and so are well suited for reverse operation as well.
Higher stiffness of the composite shafts provides for longer spans without the need of any intermediate bearings.