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Evapco Inc.: Closed-Circuit Coolers

The new ESW line of closed–circuit coolers uses 30 percent to 50 percent less energy than other induced-draft fluid coolers and 70 percent to 80 percent less energy than forced-draft coolers, claims the company. The manufacturer states that 100 percent of coil heat is removed by sensible heat transfer; no evaporation takes place in the coil. All evaporative cooling occurs in the counterflow fill section. Fan motors are accessible from the outside of the unit.

Evapco Inc., 5151 Allendale Lane, Taneytown, MD 21787; 410-756-2600; 410-756-6450 (fax); marketing@evapco.com; www.evapco.com.

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