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The forced draught wet cooling tower is integrated into the cooling water circuit of the ET 830 steam power plant. It provides recooling for the condenser cooling water used in the steam power plant. Evaporation losses are automatically compensated for. Temperature, air humidity and water flow rate at the inlet and outlet of the cooling tower can be read directly on the device.
The design emphasises the use of corrosion-resistant materials since the cooling tower is usually operated in the open air.
The cooling tower is connected to the electrical system and the water connections of ET 830.
Learning Objectives / Experiments
- energy balance
 wet cooling tower with fan and pump for operation with ET 830
 use of corrosion-resistant materials
 water flow measurement at the inlet and outlet
 combined temperature/humidity measurement
- cooling capacity approx. 115kW
- water flow rate 9m³/h
- fan max.: 3900m³/h at 1450min-1
- pump max.: 19,2m³/h
- temperature: 2x -10...50°C, 2x 0...80°C
- humidity: 2x 5...95% r.h.
- pressure: 1x 0...2,5bar, 1x 0...6bar
- flow rate: 0...20m³/h
Dimensions and Weight
Weight: approx. 120kg Required for Operation 400V, 50/60Hz, 3 phases or 230V, 60Hz, 3 phases (via ET 830)
Scope of Delivery
1 cooling tower