Ebara Shinwa Cooling Tower

Ebara Shinwa Cooling Tower

Cooling tower is a device that rejects heat to the atmosphere through the cooling of a water and air stream. Water and air are brought into direct contact with each other in order to reduce the water’s temperature. As this occurs, a small volume of water is evaporated, reducing the temperature of the water being circulated through the tower.

Common applications cooling towers are used in HVAC systems to cool buildings such as malls, hotels, offices, and also in industry to cool industrial machines with water such as oil refineries, petrochemical and other chemical plants, thermal power plants, nuclear power plants.

SHINWA Cooling Tower offer variety of high performance certified cooling towers

Cross Flow Open Square Type (SDC, SNC, CDW)

  • Cooling capacity range: 50 cooling ton~1200 cooling ton per cell
  • Easier Maintenance: A new speed reducer with wedge belt is compact and easy for maintenance
  • Low power consumption rate and advanced reliability.

Download brochure SDC – SNC

Download brochure CDW

Cross Flow Closed Type / Counter Flow Closed Type (MXC, MCC) Cooling capacity range

  • MCC 5 cooling ton ~20 cooling ton per cell (Counter flow type)
  • MXC 30 cooling ton ~175 cooling ton per cell (Cross flow type)
  • Capacity: 120m3/h as 1 cell “MXC-U” series cooling towers cover the ranges from 5 USRt to 1050 USRt.

Download brochure Model MXC – MCC