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New Steel Cooling Towers

Stainless Steel or Galvanized Steel - 7 to 150 Nominal Tons

Stainless Steel or Galvanized Steel
7 to 150 Nominal Tons

The new CURRENT MIDWEST COOLING TOWER has been designed utilizing the latest developments in cooling tower technology. When you buy a CURRENT MIDWEST COOLING TOWER you are purchasing quality designed to endure.

Our Tower's are readily available in a longer-lasting, top of the line, stainless steel unit or an economical galvanized unit from 7 to 150 nominal tons.

CURRENT MIDWEST - The Best Cooling Tower for your Money

  • Saves 75 - 90% on water and sewer bills
  • Lower energy costs
  • Self-contained units
  • Crossflow design
  • Induced draft design
  • Rigid steel construction
  • Easy to install and maintain
  • Designed for year-round operation
  • Excellent customer service
  • Stainless steel, standard galvanized or galvanized steel coated with corrosion-resistant epoxy primer and polyurethane enamel.
  • Indoor remote tanks
  • Welded cold water basin and indoor remote tank
  • Hot water basin distribution cover standard
  • Thermally superior PVC type fill
  • PVC distribution nozzles
  • Baldor motors, TEFC, 3 phase or single phase available
  • Direct drive up to 20 tons
  • Belt drive over 20 tons
  • Complete turn-key system available - tower, tank, & other accessories, such as pumps, ect.

Corrosion Protection Systems

  • Galvanized steel
    • Most economical
  • Epoxy-coated galvanized steel
    • Entire unit fabricated from mill galvanized steel then all surfaces epoxy primered before assembly & outside surfaces finish coated after assembly
    • Superior corrosion protection compared to galvanized steel
    • Enhances appearance of unit
  • Stainless Steel
    • All components except the base support skid, fan blade, & fan venturi are fabricated from Type 304 s/s. These components are fabricated from galvanized steel then epoxy coated inside and out.
    • The ultimate in corrosion protection.

Design Features

Construction

  • Induced Draft Cross-Flow design
    • Saves on fan power
    • Fan operates in warm exiting air - no freeze-up even in sleet conditions
    • No water leakage as with forced draft towers
  • Standard galvanized steel
  • Galvanized steel coated with epoxy primer and polyurethane acrylic enamel.
  • Top of the line - stainless steel
  • Welded cold water basin doesn't depend on gaskets or sealants
  • Operates virtually ice-free during winter months
  • Hot water basin top cover standard - no debris to remove which can clog your system

Distribution System

  • Gravity water delivery to wet deck
  • Polypropylene spray nozzles

Fill-Drift Eliminators

  • PVC type fill resistant to 125vF water temperatures
  • Cross-fluted surface to induce turbulent mixing between ainr & water to maximize heat transfer
  • PVC drift eliminators to practically eliminate water loss

Cold Water Basin

  • Welded to assure rigidity and leak-free operation
  • Easy to clean & maintain
  • Anti-cavitation plate standard

Mechanical Equipment

Fan Blades

  • Statically balanced
  • Epoxy primered galvanized steel
  • Delivers maximum performance at lower RPM for lower noise levels

Motors

  • Baldor, Totally Enclosed, Fan Cooled (TEFC) standard
  • 3 phase standard or single phase available at additional cost

Options

  • Air inlet screen - 1/2" sq. mesh with U edge frame
  • Outlet filter - removable mesh
  • Larger gravity flow outlet - Larger outlet for usee with gravity flow to remote tank
Engineering Data

Engineering Data

  • Stainless steel, galvanized steel, or epoxy coated galvanized steel
  • Direct drive on 7 to 20 tons
  • Indirect belt driven on 30 tons and larger
  • Three phase or single phase motors available
  • Single cell
  • Float ball & valve assembly included

Model #

Max GPM

Motor HP

Ship (lbs)

Wet (lbs)

Width

Length

Height

Inlet

Outlet
Max Outlet

Fan Diam
Nominal Tons
CF7
28
1/3
300
610
24
51 1/2
58 3/8
2
2
4
18
7
CF10
40
1/2
315
630
24
51 1/2
65 3/8
2
2
4
18
10
CF15
60
1/2
425
900
36
51 1/2
65 3/8
4
4
4
30
15
CF20
80
3/4
485
955
36
51 1/2
77 3/8
4
4
4
30
20
CF30
120
1 1/2
770
1540
48
66
77 3/8
4
4
4
42
30
CF40
160
2
950
1900
60
66
77 3/8
4
4
4
42
40
CF50
200
2
1070
2225
72
66
83 3/8
4
4
6
48
50
CF60
240
3
1250
2400
72
66
101 3/8
4
4
6
48
60
CF70
280
3
1510
2900
72
78
101 3/8
4
4
6
48
70
CF80
320
5
1540
2930
72
78
101 3/8
4
4
6
48
80
CF90
360
5
2220
4570
96
78
105 3/8
6
6
8
54
90
CF100
400
5
2220
4570
96
78
105 3/8
6
6
8
54
100
CF125
500
7 1/2
2650
5590
120
78
105 3/8
6
6
8
60
125
CF150
600
7 1/2
2875
5810
120
78
117 3/8
6
6
8
60
150

Notes

  1. Nominal tons based on 95 vF Inlet water temperature, 85 vF outlet water temperature, 78 vF wet bulb temperature, 3 GPM/ton
  2. Combine 2 or more cells for greater tonnage requirements
  3. Motor, belts, & belt guard shipped loose for field mounting
  4. Overflow standard 2" FPT
  5. Drain 1" FPT plugged
  6. Water make-up ???" MPT standard
  7. Optional 8" and 10" outlets are beveled weld stub or 125# weld neck flange
Indoor Remote Tanks

Indoor Remote Tanks

  • Stainless steel or galvanized steel coated with epoxy primer and polyurethane acrylic enamel
  • Welded to assure rigidity and leak-free operation
  • Provides freeze protection for towers not used 24 hours a day
  • Remote tanks are a one time expense unlike electric heaters which are a continuous operating expense
  • No need to manually drain the tower and exposed piping at shutdown

Cooling Tower Cap (Tons)

Remote Tank Model Number

Capacity (Gal)
Approx Weight (lbs)

Width (in)

Length (in)

Height (in)

Outlet (MPT)
7 - 10
T-200
59
95
19
48
21 1/2
2
15 - 20
T-300
100
130
24
48
27
4
30 - 40
T-400
162
170
30
48
33
4
50 - 80
T-500
310
220
48
48
37
4
90 - 100
T-600
485
340
46
58
48 1/2
6
125 - 150
T-700
650
500
48
63
58
6

Larger Capacity Custom Sizes also available.

Support Steel

Outlet Sizing

Outlet Pipe Size (Inches)
Suggested Max GPM (1)
Gravity Flow Max GPM (2)
2
90
-
4
350
150
6
900
350
8
-
600
10
-
950

Notes

  • When tower outlet is directly connected to pump
  • For piping between tower and remote tank assuming piping vertical drop is Sufficient to overcome piping losses

Support Steel

Model Number

Width

Length

A

B

D

Operating Weight (lbs)
CF7
24
45 1/2
18 1/2
40 1/2
9/16
610
CF10
24
45 1/2
18 1/2
40 1/2
9/16
630
CF15
36
45 1/2
30 1/2
40 1/2
9/16
900
CF20
36
45 1/2
30 1/2
40 1/2
9/16
955
CF30
48
60
42 1/2
55
9/16
1540
CF40
60
60
54 1/2
9/16
1900
CF50
72
60
66 1/2
55
9/16
2225
CF60
72
60
66 1/2
55
9/16
2400
CF70
72
72
66 1/2
67
11/16
2900
CF80
72
72
66 1/2
67
11/16
2930
CF90
96
72
87 1/2
67
11/16
4570
CF100
96
72
87 1/2
67
11/16
4570
CF125
120
72
111 1/2
67
11/16
5590
CF150
120
72
111 1/2
67
11/16
5810

Notes: (1) Support framing must be level and flush on top

What is the purpose of a cooling tower?

  • Remove latent heat in water through evaporation and contact with a minimum loss of water
  • Conserve water supply by recirculation

How can current midwest cooling towers save you money?

  • Reduce monthly water and sewer bill by 75 to 95%
  • Recirculate water instead of using "once-through" approach
  • Rapid investment return
  • Money saved will buy another piece of valuable equipment

For example, if your water and sewer bill is $300/mo:
75% savings = $2,700/yr OR $225/mo

For a prompt quotation provide the following:

  • Water Flow Rate (GPM)
  • Tower inlet water temp. (vF)
  • Tower outlet water temp. (vF)
  • Design wet bulb temp. (vF)
  • Material (galvanized, epoxy coated, s/s)
  • Heat load (if known) (BTU/min)

Contact CURRENT MIDWEST today for your specific cooling tower requirements.

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Current Midwest