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What is dry cooling?

Dry cooling regroups a series of technologies where a fluid is cooled or condensed within a heat exchanger without consuming water. Indeed, the heat exchangers are externally cooled by a cold air flow. Unlike wet cooling, in dry cooling the heated steam is cooled and condensed back into water in a closed loop system.

Dry Cooling systems can decrease total water consumption by more than 95%, which is equivalent to the water consumption of several million people

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