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Cooling Tower Claims Up To 50 Percent More Cooling Capacity - SPX Cooling Technologies - Facility Management Product Release
The Marley NC Everest Cooling Tower is a crossflow evaporative cooling system that provides up to 50 percent more cooling capacity than any other single-cell, factory-assembled cooling tower, according to the company.
In addition to unmatched cooling capacity, the NC Everest uses up to 35 percent less fan power to achieve higher energy savings. Its unique design minimizes piping and electrical connections to reduce installation costs. Seven-foot doors provide access to the tower’s interior service decks and mechanical components, making routine inspections and maintenance safer and easier.
Featuring MarKey Drift Eliminators, the NC Everest Cooling Tower achieves the lowest measureable drift rate, down to 0.0005 percent of circulating water flow, so less water escapes the tower.
NC Everest Cooling Tower sound levels have been independently verified per CTI ATC-128 test code by third-party CTI-licensed test agents and certified acoustical engineers.
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