Clogging, fouling and contamination of cooling towers and air coolers causes many challenges for heat exchange surfaces and cooling performance. Foreign materials both organic and inorganic are naturally drawn inside air inlets either blocking fin coils or providing a food source for bacteria. Restricting airflow reduces cooling efficiency, whilst high levels of bacteria in a wet system can lead to concerns over legionella. Cleaning your internal cooling equipment should be part of maintenance routines, but airborne debris can often be difficult, time consuming and expensive to remove.
Air Intake Screens in Illinois
Pre-filter screens for a gas fired cogeneration...
Debris Filter Screens in Alberta, Canada
Installing a combination of Galebreaker screens around the perimeter of the air cooler stopping any airborne contamination but still providing plenty of airflow with no impact on cooling...
Debris filter screens on an air cooled chiller in the UK
Debris Filter Protection in the UK Debris filter screens on an air cooled...
Debris Filters in Switzerland
Recycling Plant, Switzerland
Galebreaker wind screens with a specifically selected porosity to stop airborne debris but not completely block...
Installing Debris filter screens on Data Centres
Data centres are at the very heart of modern society and are central to the global...
Preventing Birds from Accessing HVAC Equipment in Michigan, USA
Ford's Driveability Test Facility in Dearborn, Michigan
In partnership with Tower Service & Supply, Galebreaker came up with a fixed birdnet solution. The BN25 Birdnet Material was installed around the circumference of these two openings by Tower Service & Supply...
Wind Protection Screens in Colorado, USA
Comanche Generating Station, Colorado
Comanche Generating Station is a 1,500 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station owned by Xcel Energy and operated by Public Service Company of Colorado near Pueblo,...