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[av_one_third first] CF1200 Cooling Tower Film Fill [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] CF1200 has been designed for use in factory-assembled counterflow towers in HVAC and light industrial applications. It can also be used as a distribution pad in 3.9” (100 mm) and 5.9” (150 mm) depths where the water contains very low levels of total suspended solids. CF1200 splits the water stream ten times in an 11.8-inch (300 mm) vertical path, balancing high thermal performance and low pressure drop. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Cooling Counterflow thermacross [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] ThermaCross™ is a drop-in upgrade for standard 19mm-spaced, cross-fluted fills. When engineering the product, Brentwood developed its patent-pending MicroBoost™ design to maximize the air-water interface for increased thermal capacity and utilized a more vertical macrostructure for improved fouling resistance. These design features enable ThermaCross to perform up to 13% better than standard 19mm-spaced products, even matching the performance of 12mm-spaced high efficiency fills at higher fill heights. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] CF1900 is a popular choice for field-erected or factory assembled counterflow towers. It is predominantly used in HVAC and light industrial applications where the water contains low levels of total suspended solids. CF1900 splits the water stream eight times in a 12-inch (305 mm) vertical path, balancing high thermal performance and low pressure drop. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] For special applications where extreme temperatures or flammability concerns restrict the use of polymer materials, Brentwood has developed CF1900SS. This fill is the metallic version of the popular CF1900, offering a high-performance structured packing made from 304L stainless steel. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Used in the same applications as CF1900, – field-erected or factory assembled counterflow towers – CFS3000 incorporates larger channels for decreased fouling potential in lower quality water. It splits the water stream five times in a 12-inch (305 mm) vertical path, balancing high thermal performance and low pressure drop. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Cooling Tower Counterflow [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood’s AccuPac® Offset-Fluted Fills combine the low-fouling characteristics of vertical flow with the enhanced water distribution of cross-fluted designs. OF21MA’s design yields comparable thermal performance to CF1900 but with lower potential for fouling at a lower cost. It is generally used in field-erected and factory-assembled installations for applications where water contains a moderate level of total suspended solids. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Counterflow cooling tower [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The OF20SB Offset-Fluted Fill combines the fouling resistance of a vertical flow product with the thermal performance of a cross-fluted design. It is a solvent bonded fill that is made in metric dimensions to function as an easy drop-in replacement for metric dimensioned offset-vertical fill products. The OF20SB is typically used in field-erected or factory-assembled installations for power, refining, chemical, steel, food processing, and HVAC applications. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Counterflow ShockWave [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] ShockWave™ is a thermally engineered advancement to standard vertical-fluted products. Its enhanced vertical flute orientation and patent-pending PowerCurve™ design leverage the fouling resistance of vertical-fluted products with the thermal performance of high-efficiency fills. Brentwood has improved the use of the sheet surface area and incorporated diamond tube channels that provide a clear vertical sight path through the product. These design features promote mixing of the air as it moves through the pack, maximizing evaporative heat transfer and exceeding the performance of cross-fluted fills while incorporating the fouling resistance of vertical-fluted products. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Used in counterflow towers where total suspended solids levels are high, VF19 PLUS features an engineered microstructure for improved water distribution and thermal mixing. This fill has been tested and accepted by a major U.S. utility in an operating natural draft cooling tower. Its typical applications include the power, refining, chemical, mining, and food processing industries. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] AFVF19 is ideal for metric counterflow cooling towers used for utility and industrial applications where surface waters are used for make-up. Tested extensively in an operating natural draft cooling tower serving a central station power plant, this unique fill features a vertical flute design with an engineered microstructure to laterally redistribute air and water for highly efficient thermal performance. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] VF3800 is designed for use in the same counterflow applications as VF19 PLUS, but features larger flute openings and eliminates the microstructure to allow for maximum water velocity. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood’s AccuPac VF5000 is the most fouling resistant fill in our lines of anti-fouling modular film fills. Built with rigid triangular, vertically oriented flutes, VF5000 is designed for the most demanding fouling applications. With only 98.4 m2/m3 (30 ft2/ft3) of specific surface area, water film thickness is optimized, providing maximum water film velocity, and therefore, the highest shear stresses to maintain surface cleanliness. VF5000 is the fill of choice when critical operations – such as steel production, mining, food processing, and power production – cannot withstand cooling disruptions due to downtime caused by fill plugging or cleaning. With a top layer of CF1900 cross-fluted fill acting as a water redistribution layer, thermal performance of the fill section is maximized while cleanliness is maintained. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood’s AccuPac® HTP25 (High Thermal Performance) Splash Fill is an injection molded fill that produces heat transfer via droplet generation. The highly engineered drip design provides maximum thermal performance in a compact module. HTP25’s vertical, offset-flute, fouling-resistant design is ideal for applications where the circulating water has very high levels of dissolved solids, such as in river or seawater applications. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] TurboSplash was designed for high thermal performance where poor water quality does not permit the use of film fills. Each unit can be accordion-folded into a compact bundle for efficient, cost-effective storage and shipping and then unfolded in the tower for easy installation. [/av_two_third]
Sample Description
[av_one_third first] brentwood splashfill [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood's HTP20 Cross-Fluted Trickle Fill is designed for use in applications where the circulating water has high levels of solids, such as in river or seawater applications, as well as waters with high-scale potential. It also performs well in towers that experience high sand and silica levels. HTP20 balances thermal efficiency and fouling resistance in these applications by generating thin films of trickling water to enable cooling. It is a compact and low-fouling fill that features better performance than vertical-fluted film fills. Additionally, HTP20 features a patent-pending alternating tip that allows for proper drainage and limits bridging at pack transitions. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Cooling Tower Counterflow [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood’s CFUltra is the highest performing drift eliminator in the industry, with a drift rating 20-50% better than any other product on the market. It has been independently tested and third-party verified, offering ground-breaking drift reduction – without increasing pressure drop – over the industry-standard CF80MAx. With drift loss of 0.0004%, down to 0.00025%, CFUltra eliminates the need for use of double layers to achieve high drift removal efficiency and is a perfect drop-in upgrade for existing installations. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood’s CF80MAx is designed to maximize drift removal efficiency. It features beveled drainage tips to reduce pressure drop by up to 25% and a nested seam design to reduce bypass. With drift loss of 0.0005%, CF80MAx eliminates the need for use of double layers to achieve drift reduction. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] For applications where extremely low drift ratings are not required, CF150MAx provides a cost-effective solution with drift loss of 0.001%. Its high surface area and nesting design provide maximum performance at minimum pressure drop. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] D15 drift eliminators are designed for applications requiring low drift levels with minimal airside pressure drop, meaning lower fan horsepower requirements. They offer drift loss of 0.003% and are made from corrugated, UV-protected PVC sheets that are bonded to provide 12-inch- or 24-inch-wide sections in lengths up to 10 feet. Pack stiffness can be varied with the addition of flat, 30-mil stiffener sheets that are bonded to the corrugated sheets. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] D15NEST drift eliminators are designed for applications requiring low drift levels with minimal airside pressure drop, meaning lower fan horsepower requirements. They combine high drift elimination with low pressure drop, yielding an efficient drift eliminator panel with drift loss of 0.003%. Constructed of 15-mil (after forming) PVC corrugated sheets and heavy, 30-mil stiffener sheets, the panels are designed to interlock to form a leak-tight integrated installed assembly. The packs are solvent-bonded to provide stiff, rugged, 24-inch-wide panels in lengths up to 10 feet. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] DE080 Blade Drift Eliminator Modules use a tightly spaced series of sinusoidal-shaped PVC blades that force the leaving air to make three distinct changes of direction, resulting in very efficient drift droplet removal. This performance does not come at the expense of fan energy, as the engineered flow through the DE080 achieves very low pressure drop with drift loss of 0.002%. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] DE097 Blade Drift Eliminator Modules are specifically designed for use in counterflow forced draft cooling towers. Like DE080 and DE120, DE097 utilizes a series of sinusoidal-shaped PVC (or HPVC) blades to achieve excellent drift droplet removal by forcing the leaving air to make three distinct changes of direction, yielding drift loss of 0.004%. Where this product differs is the additional deflector added to the discharge edge of each blade, which increases the velocity of the leaving airstream and directs it away from the intake fans to prevent recirculation of warm, moist air. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] DE120 Blade Drift Eliminator Modules use a series of sinusoidal-shaped PVC (or HPVC) blades to achieve excellent drift droplet removal by forcing the leaving air to make three distinct changes of direction. The 1.2-inch blade spacing allows for good performance at low pressure drop and cost, making the DE120 our most affordable drift eliminator. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Spectra Drift Eliminators are site-assembled, blade-style drift eliminators that are most frequently used in the replacement market, dirty water applications, and for long spans such as in counterflow, natural draft towers. Spectra is comprised of a series of extruded, double-walled blades and sets of spacers. The double-wall PVC construction ensures structural integrity and dimensional stability for maximum service life, and spacers come in two sizes to allow for drift performance and plugging resistance options. [/av_two_third]
Sample Description
[av_one_third first] Cooling tower component CL80 [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Designed for both counterflow and crossflow tower applications, the CL80 inlet louver offers better splash-out performance over industry-standard louver designs. It features a tight, nested seal between adjacent modules to prevent air and water bypass, and its refined flute geometry allows less light to penetrate into the tower, thus impeding the growth of algae in the cold water basin. CL80 is available in either individual modules or framed panels at both 3.2” (81.3 mm) and 2.5” (63.2mm) depths [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] CL100 Cellular Inlet Louvers are used in a variety of new and retrofit applications, including air inlets for both package and field-erected counterflow towers. They improve airflow into the cooling tower, keep out debris, eliminate water splash-out – which can cause icing, near-site water damage, and costly water and water treatment chemical loss, – restrict the amount of sunlight into the cooling tower to impede algae growth, reduce noise from the tower, and improve the tower's appearance. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Cooling tower nozzles direct the hot water in need of cooling to the tower fill. Brentwood’s counterflow spray nozzles are located and sized in order to provide a uniform pattern of water over the fill with no gaps between their spray areas. This enables the fill to be fully wetted out and ensures high performance. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The Brentwood AccuSpray Nozzle is designed specifically for use in counterflow cooling tower applications. Its unique spray pattern maximizes uniformity of water dispersion while maintaining low operating pressures. In addition to being an efficient, non-clogging nozzle, AccuSpray is durably constructed of polypropylene for strength and extended lifespan. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Counterflow DriSeals for Drift Eliminators [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] DriSeals attach to wood and FRP beams to close the gap between the packs and supports, preventing air leaks and reducing drift eliminator installation time. DriSeals are sized for a tight seal against support ties, allowing for oversized cut-outs in drift eliminator packs. Each corrosion-resistant, non-flammable PVC DriSeal includes nail tabs with pilot holes for quick and secure installation. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] 6x6 utility angle [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood Utility Angles are rigid PVC extrusions used in non-structural cooling tower applications, such as perimeter sealing. They are designed as an alternative to FRP to minimize cost and weight; Brentwood Utility Angles also eliminate the glass fibers found in FRP models, making them easier to handle and safer to modify in the field. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] utility angle [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The Water Diverter is a rigid PVC extrusion designed at a 135° angle to manage water within cooling towers. It directs water away from unwanted locations, such as access doors and drift eliminator trays, and reduces water and ice buildup outside of the basin. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] splashguard up close [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood's Splashout Reducer is designed to reduce water splashout, and in turn, prevent hazardous ice build-up around cooling towers. It can be used with wood or FRP structural members and is easily modified in the field for structural profiles larger than 1.5". [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] This bracket is a rigid PVC extrusion used for mounting inlet louvers to ensure easy, secure installation. It is compatible with standard 4.2-inch corrugated louver blades. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] accugrid in yellow [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] AccuGrid's interlocking panels protect underlying cooling tower fill from surface loading and hydraulic impact. The panels are molded of corrosion-resistant polypropylene for superior strength, maximizing service life for the grating and the fill packs beneath. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] handrail [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood's Handrail Cover has been designed to meet codes that require safety yellow products in cooling tower applications. It fits over a standard 2 x 4" beam and eliminates the need for painting. [/av_two_third]