When calculating your total cost of ownership, you’ll learn that the greater part of the costs arise during the operating phase. These costs are mainly energy costs, but also a significant amount of additional costs come from reduced performance or changed operating conditions. In some cases, you can reduce those costs, increase your net electrical output and gain optimal plant operation, simply by adjusting condenser operation to specific requirements.
About 50% of the fuel energy condenses in the cooling system. The greatest potential for heat rate improvements -in most Rankine cycles- is through achieving and maintaining year-round lowest possible back pressure beyond original design conditions (for example: higher wind speeds).
What we offer
Identify operational hurdles and potential efficiency
and performance improvements during a
performance audit of your dry cooling system.
Wind Mitigation System®
Fan drive group upgrade
BoxAir ACC® addition
State-of-the- art cleaning systems
Other tailor-made solutions
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