1. Water is in the packing in the tower, the water flows from top to bottom, and the air flows horizontally from the outside of the tower to the inside of the tower. The two flow directions are vertical and orthogonal to a cooling tower. Commonly used in residential areas with strict noise requirements, it is a cooling cycle tower that is widely used in the air-conditioning industry. Advantages: energy saving, low water pressure, small wind resistance, also equipped with low-speed motor, no dripping noise and wind noise, easy maintenance of filling and water distribution system.What are the applications of vacuum brazing of aluminum alloy? 2. According to the shape of the building, multiple foundations can be built and placed, and single or multiple cooling towers can be started according to the required water temperature.Aluminum alloy vacuum brazing of heat exchangers 3. It should be noted that: the frame needs 40% more heat exchange to have more filler volume, the filler is easy to age, the water distribution hole is easy to be blocked, the anti-icing is not good, and the moisture backflow is large. The advantages of cross-flow towers are the disadvantages of counter-flow towers.Vacuum Brazing of EGR Stainless Steel Cooler
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