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Cooling System

Cooling system, warm water basin and cold water basin

    Cooling system, warm water basin, and cold water basin: Ideally, the water is pumped from the stilling or warm water basin to the cooling tower. Thanks to the special honeycomb mesh and counterflow of air, the water is efficiently cooled before it flows into the cold water basin. The solutions developed by DEMACLENKO, such as the layout and positioning of the cooling towers close to the basin, have proven their effectiveness in all systems around the world. A cooling system lowers the water temperature and increases the efficiency of the snowmaking system. The colder water enhances snow production and the snowguns’ efficiency, therefore optimising energy efficiency.
    The cooling towers can be modular extended in order to suit every system
    • Lowers the water temperature
    • Increases the efficiency
    • Maximising snow production
    Axial fan with pitch control and low rotation speed for noise reduction
    Speed controlled asynchronous motor with special anticondensate resistor
    heating antifreeze elements
    High efficiency drift eliminator
    Blockage free nozzle distribution system

    Technical data
    • The cooling towers can be modular extended in order to suit every system
    • Water flow rate from 15 l to 60 l each unit
    • Ventilation through axial fan protected by a steel wire grid
    • All components have been developed in order to withstand extreme ambient
    • operating conditions
    • An efficient heating system with electric resistors prevents water from freezing
    • during and after operation
    • Special covers are available for protecting the system
    Technical illustration
    Cross section