EVAPORATIVE CONDENSERS
   
 

VXC Range
62 models from 60 to 6900 kW
Principle of operation
The vapour to be condensed is circulated inside the tubes of the condensing coil, which is continuously wetted on the outside by a recirculating water system. Air is simultaneously blown upward over the coil, causing a small portion of the recirculated water to evaporate. This evaporation rejects the heat from the coil, condensing the vapour into liquid.

Characteristics

  • counterflow design
  • forced draught configuration
  • horizontal air entry from one side
  • vertical air discharge
  • galvanised steel centrifugal fans with BALTIBOND Corrosion Protection System
  • low pressure water distribution system
  • prime surface hot dip galvanized coil
  • V-belt drive

Main features

  • large capacity in minimum plan area
  • low operating weight due to V-shaped pan
  • back to back arrangement possible
  • factory built sections for minimum site assembly
  • suitable for indoor and outdoor applications
  • low noise levels
  • winterization options available

Material options
Baltiplus corrosion protection
Baltiplus Corrosion Protection comprises all steel components fabricated from Z 600 galvanised steel with 600 g of zinc per mē coating.
Cut edges are protected with a zinc rich paint.
All fasteners have a 3-stage protective coating consisting of a zinc phosphate treatment, a zinc rich inorganic resin coating and an aluminium rich organic top coat.
The exterior surfaces of the equipment are finished with a coat of polymeric zinc aluminium paint.


Baltibon
d Corrosion Protection System
The BALTIBOND Corrosion Protection System is applied to individual galvanized steel components prior to assembly. These components are manufactured from Z 600 mill galvanized steel sheets with 600 g of zinc/mē. After manufacturing the components undergo an industrial cleaning and drying pretreatment process. Immediately after the pretreatment the components are electrostatically coated with a dry, polymeric hybrid thermosetting powder. The coated components are then put through a thermally activated curing process during which the powder is fuse bonded to the substrate. Stringent quality control procedures and regular testing during the coating process assure consistent high quality of the protection system. The fasteners used for assembly have a 3-stage protective coating comprising a zinc phosphate treatment, a zinc rich inorganic resin coating and an aluminum rich organic top coat.