Our drift eliminators are available in both PVC and treated timber. They are designed to keep the drift losses below 0.005% in the case of PVC and 0.05% in treated timber. The isokinetic drift loss is measured as per the CTI test code: ATC-140. The flame spread rate is tested according to ASTM E-84.
A variety of fills including PVC-V bars, timber splash bars, and cross-corrugated film fill packs are available which are chosen based on the application. Splash bars are used for contaminated water applications, while film fill packs are used to attain higher efficiencies in the cooling tower.
All NSCT non-clog nozzles are made from inert polypropylene, capable of withstanding severe water conditions. They are available in various designs and sizes to meet the water distribution needs. As the name suggests, their large orifice keeps them free from clogging and diffuser rings ensure uniform water distribution.
Spiral target nozzles are gravity fed and are used for crossflow cooling towers.
Both non-clog nozzles with diffuser ring and three-stage nozzles are used for counterflow cooling towers.
To prevent the running of the gearbox at below recommended oil levels and to prevent the operation of the tower at excessive vibrations, we provide ‘low oil level limit switch’ and ‘vibration trip switch’ to help you.
The ‘low oil level limit switch’ is enclosed in a stainless steel enclosure providing the reliability for carefree operation.
Our driveshafts are available in galvanized steel, stainless steel 304, 316 and carbon fiber, designed to transmit high torque ratings for cooling tower applications. They are tubular, single-span and flexible to compensate for any misalignment. All drive shafts and their components are completely interchangeable and designed as per ANSI/AGMA 9000 – D11.