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ACT Series Cooling Tower

ACT Series Cooling Tower
8 to 126 Tons

All Season Performance
The ACT Series performs as specified in the heat of summer—responding to energy-management techniques in the spring and fall—and operating virtually ice-free in the dead of winter.


  • Drift eliminators limit drift losses to no more than .010% of the design GPM flow rate.
  • Thermoformed PVC film fill with integral louvers keep circulating water confined to fill, even at low air rates.
  • Fill sheets – which can withstand temperatures up to 125°F – include integral louvers and drift eliminators designed to minimize resistance to airflow.
  • Collection basin reduces operating weight, simplifies basin cleaning and assures proper outflow.
  • Belt-drive propeller fans ensure design airflow at minimum horsepower.
  • Screened suction connection.
  • Threaded overflow connection.
  • Threaded and plugged drain connection.
  • Float-operated make-up valve.
  • Fan guards andbelt guards.

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ACT Series


  • Special motors, such as two-speed, one-wind 460 volt, 60 cycle, 3 phase TEFC motors
  • Field assembly – with complete step-by-step instructions – for unique space restrictions or rigging conditions
  • Galvanized vertical discharge hood for use in restrictive enclosures or other site situations where horizontal discharge is not desirable
  • Component basin heater to prevent sump freezing during shutdown periods in winter operation (unnecessary when employing an indoor tank).
  • Pre-assembled submersible basin heater with built-in thermostat that maintains 40°F water.
  • Factory-installed control center in NEMA enclosure complete with thermostat controller for single or two-speed motors to maintain temperature.
  • Bottom outlet.
  • Non-corrosive stainless steel water basin.


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Induced-draft Design
Induced draft design saves on fan power and prevents water leaks typical in forced-raft towers. Fan operates in a warm atmosphere even in winter, so you’ll never have to work on frozen mechanical equipment.
Crossflow Design
Crossflow design saves on pump power costs because water moves only to the top of the tower; gravity does the rest.Mechanical equipment and water distribution system are located for easy maintenance