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In power plants, the largest use of water is in the cooling system, as large amounts of heat must be removed to condense the steam used to drive the turbine generators. Historically, cooling was provided by water sources - rivers and lakes - but nowadays, an increasing number of power plants use dry cooling systems, which use little to no water. These systems are more expensive to invest in, but use more than 95% less water than wet cooling systems.
Power plants burning coal, biomass, natural gas plants and some other plant types generate steam through boiling water, which is then passed through a turbine. The steam must be condensed back into the liquid and returned to the steam generator.
Water conservation is a best practice for modern power producers.
A Rome-based oil and gas company chose Vrcoolertech's industrial dry coolers for cooling its biomass power plant, relying on proven quality, a long warranty and a wide range of available options.
The dry coolers are equipped with low energy consumption EC fans with dual fan speed controllers. The epoxy coated heat exchanger provides a high level of corrosion protection for the dry cooler.
Air dry cooling is increasingly used in new power plants with steam circulation. Vrcoolertech offers dry coolers for power plant cooling solutions.
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