Evaporative-cooling equipment is selected to provide a fluid (usually water) to a system at a certain temperature and flow rate. If the temperature of the fluid delivered to a system (chiller) is higher than desired, the system will suffer increased wear and tear and usage. Decreasing leaving-water temperature by just 2°F can lower electricity expenditures by 6 percent. Related Tips for Troubleshooting Evaporative Coolers Preventing Legionnaires’ Disease in Cooling ...
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