SPX Cooling Technologies Announces Redesigned Marley AV Cooling Tower

March 16, 2017

 SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. a full-line, full-service industry leader in the design and manufacture of cooling towers and other specialized heat exchangers, announces a redesign of its popular Marley AV line of factory-assembled single flow cooling towers. The new induced draft crossflow design features both single and multi-fan models and a broader tonnage range from 122 to 772 nominal tons and flowrate of 117 to 1541 gpm (27 to 350 m3/hr).The AV provides a compact footprint and is well-suited to support air conditioning and refrigeration systems as well as light industrial loads.

A bearing housing belt drive system is standard equipment; the Marley Geareducer® and motor outside airstream (MOA) options are available on some models. Other popular selections include welded stainless steel basins, sweeper piping, interior mechanical and access door platforms, slip-resistant plenum walkway and hot water basin guardrail system for safe and easy inspection and maintenance.

Featuring the new, patent-pending MarKey™ Drift Eliminators, the AV Cooling Tower achieves the lowest measureable drift rate, down to 0.0005 percent of circulating water flow, so less water escapes the tower. Quiet and ultra-quiet fan options are factory installed on most models. Control packages offer single point power connections for a range of systems. The AV is certified by the Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) and multi-cell models are Factory Mutual approved. The line is available worldwide.

For more information about SPX Cooling Technologies, visit www.spxcooling.com.

 

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