A dry cooler is a cooling device that uses air to achieve process temperature regulation. The cooling is based on the principles of sensible heat rejection. The lack of water and any need for water treatment greatly reduces the required maintenance for this type of cooling equipment. The process consists in dumping excess heat to the environment, if its utilization is not economically justifiable. They operate by cooling the fluid passing through the tubes inside the finned heat exchanger with fans-generated air flow. Fluid cooling using dry coolers is the cheapest method for dispersing waste heat, as they reach high performance at minimum power consumption.
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