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Tower Tech is Advancing Technology to Meet the Needs of an Ever-changing Environment
By: Tower Tech
Tower Tech's Split Cell design is available in all models and sizes, providing a smaller footprint, easier maintenance, and savings through a reduction in purchase and installation cost. The Split Cell design meets the latest industry standards of ASHRAE Standard 90.1 for water-side and air-side economizers. Tower Tech provides an energy efficient solution to Free Cooling.
Equipping the tower with a Motorized Bray Valve, an actuating motor, and an isolation wall will allow the modular cooling tower to operate in cold weather conditions without requiring manual shutdown or isolation of cooling tower cells. The Split Cell design functions with stand-alone controls provided by Tower Tech or in connection with the building management system for remote monitoring and operation. Tower Tech developed the Spilt Cell design for easy retrofitting of most operational Tower Tech towers currently in use.
The new Split Cell design is a part of Tower Tech's ongoing commitment, as the industry leader, to providing sustainable efficiency.
Established in 1985 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Tower Tech is an innovator in the cooling tower industry with its patented technology and superior design. The Tower Tech modular cooling tower provides the lowest life-cycle cost making it the preferred model for many large HVAC and industrial companies looking for sustainability in today's marketplace. Tower Tech was purchased in 2017 by Creative Pultrusions, a subsidiary of Hill & Smith Holdings PLC, which is an international group with leading positions in the design, manufacture, and supply of infrastructure products and galvanizing services to global markets. It serves its customers from facilities principally in the UK, France, USA, Sweden, Norway, India and Australia. Headquartered in the UK and quoted on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: HILS.L), Hill & Smith Holdings PLC employs some 4,200 staff, principally in 7 countries. For more information visit: http://towertechusa.com