Fan-assisted cooling towers are the all-rounders among the cooling towers. They come with a compact design and are powerful and variably adaptable to the respective operating and climatic conditions. They are equipped with forced- or induced-draft fans and are the ideal solution for industrial applications such as in power plants, chemical and petrochemical plants, steel plants, air separation plants, in the automotive industry, in timber and paper factories as well as in air conditioning/ refrigeration systems. ENEXIO can provide you with cell cooling towers of every performance level with sprinkled base areas of approx. 10 m² to 370 m² for each individual cell. They can be combined into complex cooling plants of any size.

Field-erected Mechanical Draft Cooling Towers

Field-erected Mechanical Draft Cooling Towers

The use of Mechanical Draft Cooling Towers allows flexible design to satisfy process requirements and environmental conditions. The Mechanical Draft Cooling Tower design furthermore guarantees great flexibility. For example, individual cells can be serviced and, if necessary, drained while the system is in operation.

We design, manufacture and install a complete range of cooling towers based on crossflow and counterflow. Our innovative systems enable us to supply capacity as required. Our extensive product know-how provides solutions for practically all requirements. As a manufacturer with our own engineering department, we can address specific client wishes where necessary. Overall erection and investment costs are low. The tailored design of Mechanical Draft Cooling Towers allows a high degree of prefabrication, as well as rapid erection.

An additional aspect is material diversity. According to requirements, our Mechanical Draft Cooling Towers can be manufactured from a wide range of materials that have proved their effectiveness in countless applications. This spectrum extends from stainless steel and concrete to timber and fiberglass.

The charging of the system with fills is also highly flexible. Whereas we recommend the freeflow system for extensively dirty media, we can employ correspondingly more efficient fills with cleaner media.