SPX Introduces Marley NC Everest Cooling Tower

Oct. 28, 2016
Cooling system offers alternative to field-erected towers.

SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. introduces the Marley NC Everest Cooling Tower, a pre-assembled, crossflow evaporative cooling system that offers an alternative to field-erected towers. The NC Everest reportedly reduces pump energy up to 20%.

NC Everest reportedly installs in about 20% of the time than field-erected towers. NC Everest provides more site placement options and typically uses up to 10% less plan area than field-erected towers, according to the company.

The NC Everest features a heavy gauge steel structure, Marley Geareducer and robust mechanical components, according to the company. The integral cold water basins reportedly eliminate concrete basin construction. Seven-foot doors provide access to the tower’s interior service decks and mechanical components, making routine inspections and maintenance safer and easier.

Featuring the MarKey Drift Eliminator, the NC Everest Cooling Tower reportedly achieves low measureable drift, down to 0.0005% of circulating water flow, so less water escapes the tower, according to SPX. The NC Everest is Factory Mutual approved for use without a fire protection system.