Crossflow

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[av_one_third first] Cooling Tower Crossflow herringbone [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] XF75 packs are available with a 5° or 10° angle for easy installation in package crossflow towers used in HVAC and light industrial applications. Specially designed for today's higher capacity cooling towers where high water loading and air velocities are standard, they replace OEM hanging sheets with solid modules of rigid PVC, or HPVC, film pack. Once installed, this system forms a long-term, trouble-free replacement for the OEM material, and since it is bottom supported, XF75 allows for the basin to be easily cleaned out and maintained. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Cooling Tower Crossflow herringbone Fill [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] XF75ID packs include integral drift eliminators to combine drift loss with the high thermal performance of the XF75 herringbone fill pack. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Cooling Tower Crossflow herringbone [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] XF75IL packs include integral inlet louvers to combine splash-out reduction with the high thermal performance of the XF75 herringbone fill pack. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood's XF125 is a uniquely designed product for installation in package crossflow towers, particularly single flow towers with fans mounted in a vertical plane. This fill has cross-corrugated sheets with a built-in internal slant; the sheets have alternating flute angles of 45° and 15°. This allows the fill to be installed vertically without an external slant. The XF125 is simple to install and saves space in the tower, which means that material and assembly costs can be significantly reduced. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] crossflow crossfluted fill [/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]   Cooling Tower Crossflow Crossfluted Fill [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] CF1900 is a popular choice for field-erected or factory assembled counterflow towers and can also be used in crossflow towers. It is predominantly used in HVAC and light industrial applications where the water contains low levels of total suspended solids. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The XF Support System is designed specifically for Brentwood’s XF75-series of crossflow herringbone film fills. This heavy-duty, easy-to-install, PVC system includes base supports, fill support beams, and front and back retainers in a variety of sizes and configurations made specifically to fit each cooling tower. The support design allows for maximum weight distribution over increased surface area while ensuring ease of access for basin cleaning. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The Kelly Bar is a durable, high performance splash bar that features an inverted V stiffener for strength and support. It is a classic product that can be oriented either parallel or perpendicular to airflow in any standard fill arrangement, depending on thermal requirements. The Kelly Bar can also be supplied in a heavy-duty version to support longer spans. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The V Bar is an industry-leading splash bar, featuring a unique stiffening center rib that improves strength for maximum spans. Heavy-duty V Bar is available at twice the normal thickness for northern climates where extreme ice loads are possible. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first]   [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Designed for extra-dirty water applications where a 2-inch-wide bar is desired, the Pi Bar’s domed top enhances the splash effect, and sloping feet help shed accumulation of solids. It provides for maximum spans and increased fouling reduction capability. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The Para Bar is durably engineered, featuring a parabolic shape for strength and support. It is used as a direct replacement for similar- to like-profile splash bars and can be supplied in a long-span version for increased span capability. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] crossflow [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The Lath splash fill is a lightweight PVC replacement for wooden lath in crossflow or counterflow towers. It features a reinforcing rib for strength and is highly resistant to chemicals and biological attack. [/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 suspended 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]
[av_one_third first] Splash Bar Fill Clips [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Bar-type splash fills simply snap into splash clips for easy installation. The extended tabs and raised center rib secure the bars, preventing wear on both the wire hanger and the fill itself. Brentwood splash clips are made of polypropylene copolymer, an impact-resistant material that remains flexible at a wide range of temperatures. Each clip is 4 inches (100 mm) wide and weight 0.19 ounces (5g). [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Splash Bar Fill Hangar Brackets [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood Hanger Brackets are designed to evenly distribute the load of the wire hanging system. Unlike the point loading of staples or nails, these brackets provide full-width support and minimize wire bending, wear, and breakage. They are delivered pre-notched to your specifications and pre-drilled for nailing. Brackets are also available with or without a lip, and heavy-duty brackets are available for installations with higher loadings. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Splash Fill PVC Wire Hangers [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood recommends using a heavy-duty hanging system that is designed and constructed for the harsh environments inside cooling towers. Our wire hangers are made from hot-dip galvanized (HDG) steel and coated in PVC to ensure the long life and continued performance of splash bar fills. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Brentwood’s XF80MAx provides the best efficiency of any crossflow drift eliminator on the market, with drift loss of 0.0005%. It features an upward flow path and steep water drainage angle to ensure the product is fully effective when installed vertically, and its tuned venturi design increases exit airflow and eliminates smaller droplets. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] For applications where extremely low drift ratings are not required, XF150MAx 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] 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-span applications. 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]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] AccuPac® XF600 Drift Eliminator Supports are a simple, cost-effective way to support drift eliminator panels in medium-to-large crossflow cooling towers with 4-foot longitudinal bay spacing. XF600 fastens onto transverse horizontal ties to maximize drift eliminator performance and enhance the appearance of the installation. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] Universal top and bottom components are used for both the bottom and top of the drift eliminator module stack and the two-piece intermediate supports tie the stacked modules together. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The XF column-mount support is designed to be installed on vertical columns in large, round concrete towers and provides built-in drainage for each lift of drift eliminators. [/av_two_third]
[av_one_third first] Spectra Crossflow Support [/av_one_third] [av_two_third] The Spectra Support Tray offers a simple, cost-effective way to support Spectra drift eliminator panels in crossflow cooling tower applications. It is an engineered product, made of FRP, designed to provide better strength and durability than field-built trays. [/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]

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