Higgins Power Station Air Coolers
Design was accomplished by communication between the owner NV Energy, the contractor Eagle Construction, and Galebreaker
Screens requested to be installed on one end and three bays of the air cooler at the Higgins Power Station. Resulting in an order for five screens. Design was accomplished by communication between the owner NV Energy, the contractor Eagle Construction, and Galebreaker. The five bay design was selected in preference to an alternate design to cover one long side and one short side.
To reduce the stress on fans
Delivery was ahead of schedule and installation was completed without any problems being experienced.
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