Industrial Plant Cooling

  • John R. Watt


The largest market for large-scale evaporative cooling is the thousands of uncooled manufacturing plants, refineries, canneries, cleaning and processing plants, mills, works, welding shops, foundries, laundries, garages, workshops, commercial kitchens, etc. They still swelter in summer despite the affordability of appropriate cooling.


Heat Load Evaporative Cool Solar Heat Labor Turnover Spot Cool 
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  1. Adapted from Stamper and Koral, Handbook of Air Conditioning, Heating, and Ventilating, The Industrial Press, New York City, 1979, pages 10; 38–44.Google Scholar
  2. From Joseph Marg, “Comfort Conditioning the Plant with Evaporative Cooling,” Plant Engineering, July 8, 1976, Pg. 72.Google Scholar
  3. Marc Lee, “Industrial Evaporative Cooling: Packaged Equipment and Applications,” Plant Engineering, July 24, 1980, Pg. 79.Google Scholar

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