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Induced draft cooling tower
  • Induced draft cooling tower
Brand: EBARA
Transportation: Ocean
Place of Origin: China
Certificate: CE,CTI
Port: Qingdao,Tianjin,Shanghai
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Product Description


Traditional cooling methods for industrial circulating water

A large amount of heat is produced in the production processof industrial field, which needs to be cooled by circulating water coolingsystem. The traditional cooling method is open circle Water Cooling Tower.

Problems with traditional cooling methods

· High water consumption(1.5%~1.8% of circulating water), serious waste of water resources, not incompliance with environmental policy;

· High operating waterconsumption and sewage treatment cost, poor economy;

· Winter operation producesa large number of white fog, become the carrier of haze, and ‘culprit’ of theHaze;

· Winter white fog formssnow, frost microclimate, resulting in safety risks.

With the tightening of environmental protection policies,traditional circulating water cooling methods will be replaced. energy-saving, water-saving and mist-eliminating industrial circulating watersystem aims to achieve the dual benefits of environmental protection andeconomy.

1.Hybrid Cooling Tower


Combination of the air cooling radiator (finned tube)and evaporative cooling coil (smooth tube) in one cooling tower with novelstructure design The heat dissipation of the dry cooling section is verticallyarranged outside the tower, and the evaporative cooling coil section ishorizontally arranged inside the tower. Both sections work in series at waterside and in parallel at wind side.


· Water saving

hybrid cooling tower operates in seasonalcycle with two main modes: Winter mode and Summer mode.

In summer, the main operating condition isto meet the cooling water temperature by opening the wet cooling section airlouver and closing the dry cooling section air louver to increase the windspeed through the wet cooling section, give full play to the cooling capacityof evaporative cooling in summer and meet the water temperature requirements.In winter, the main operating condition is mist-elimination and water saving byturning down the wet cooling section air louver and turning up the dry coolingsection air louver to increase the wind speed through the dry cooling section,give full play to the dry cooling capacity, and achieve the maximum watersaving.

What about in Spring and Autumn? It will bean inter-state between Summer and Winter mode, i.e., the air louver openness ofboth sections are well manipulated by PLC or DCS automation system to guaranteethe designed cooling water temperature, and saving water as much as possible atthe same time.

· Plume abatement

The circulating water enters the tubebundle in the dry cooling section for cooling and then enters the wet coolingsection for cooling. The high-temperature and high humidity air (state point C)generated by evaporative cooling in the wet section is mixed with the heateddry and hot air in the dry section to reduce the moisture content. It isdischarged after reaching state B. the mixing line (BA line) does not intersectwith the saturation line to realize mist elimination. This technical route caneliminate fog all year round.

Our company is committed to looking for strong distributors of Cross Flow Closed Type Cooling Tower, we strictly controll the quality and price of Open Type Cross Flow Cooling Tower for distributors which ensures high quality and low price of products and achieves win-win benefits between both parties.

Screw Chiller Or Heat Pump produced by our company are mainly used in industrial and civil fields which can achieve energy saving and emission reduction. The main working principle of Ground Source Heat Pump is that waste heat is used as driving energy, while the characteristic of water absorption of lithium bromide solution and the low boiling point of water in a vacuum state are utilized to achieve the purpose of refrigeration and heating.



>>> Cooling & Heating Solution Provider

Our company was established in 1996 (Yantai Ebara Air Conditioning Equipment Co., Ltd.) as Ebara major production base of cooling & heating products.

In 2017, the company name was changed to Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & Systems (China) Co., Ltd. which was owned 100% by Ebara Corporation (Japan) and Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & Systems Co., Ltd. (Japan).

Our products, technologies, research & development, management and quality control are synchronized with the Japanese Headquarters.

Our market share of absorption chillers in China has been in the first place since 2012, while China has the world's largest demand for such products.

Our products have been exported to Japan and other countries.

Our products are widely used in the following industries such as petrochemical, coal chemical, thermal power, steel, coking, chemical fiber, as well as public building air conditioning.


>>> Always Benefiting the Earth

1929: Produced the first Centrifugal Chiller in Japan

1937: Produced the first Centrifugal Heat Pump

1952: Started the production of Cooling Towers

1955: Manufactured the first square cross-flow Cooling Tower in Japan

1962: Started the production of absorption chillers

1970: Produced the direct fired absorption chillers

1971: Produced the world's first Absorption Heat Pump

1979: Started the production of screw chillers

1992: Produced the world's largest chiller (3000USRT)

1996: Yantai Ebara Air Conditioning Equipment Co., Ltd. was founded

2002: Ebara Cooling & Heating Business Division was separated from Ebara Corporation and Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & Systems Co., Ltd. was established as an integrated business system for manufacturing, sales, and services.

2004: Produced the world's highest ultra-efficient steam driven absorption chillers

2005: Produced the world's highest ultra-efficient direct fired absorption chillers

2006: The RTCF 3 stage compression centrifugal chiller using the new refrigerant was successfully developed

2009: The RTVF ultra-efficient centrifugal chiller using the new refrigerant was successfully developed, with a COP of up to 7.9

2011: Produced the world's largest absorption Heat Pump unit (35MW/Unit)

2014: Produced the world's largest absorption heat pump unit (60.2MW/Unit)

2017: Changed the name of Yantai Ebara Air Conditioning Equipment Co., Ltd. to Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & Systems (China) Co., Ltd.

2018: Developed large temperature difference hot water absorption chiller

2020: Developed the low temperature refrigeration unit with the combination of absorption and centrifugal chillers

2021: Launched super-high temperature centrifugal heat pump


>>> Over a Century of Challenges & Continuous Innovation


1912: Founding of Inokuty Type Machinery Office

1914: Establishment of first plant in Nippori, Tokyo

1916: Order received for record-breaking large-scale pumps for Tokyo's Asakusa Tamachi pump station

1919: Manufactured the first large Water Pump in Japan

1920: Establishment of EBARA CORPORATION

1921: Start Manufacturing blowers and fans Sale of EBARA's first centrifugal blower

1924: Production of the first axial-flow pump in Japan

1925: Launch of production of pumps in Japan for city water

1931: Completion Japan's first development of rapid filters for city waterworks

1938: Construction of new Haneda Plant and relocation of Head Office and manufacturing operations there

1941: Establishment of Kawasaki Plant

1956: Launch of plan for expansion of small pumps business through standardization and mass production

1958: Foundation of Ebara Griesheim, Ltd. (precursor of today's EBARA Densan)

1961: Entry into the waste treatment plant business

1964: Full-scale entry into overseas markets and expansion of exports

1965: Construction of Fujisawa Plant

1967: Establishment of Ebara Koki Co., Ltd., (precursor of today's EBARA Fan & Blower Co., Ltd.)

1967: Manufactured the world's largest water pump

1968: Entry into technical cooperation with Elliott Company of US for centrifugal gas compressors and steam turbines

1968: Sale of first supercritical pressure feed water pump produced in Japan

1973: EBARA entered the field of circulation pumps for nuclear power plants

1975: Establishment of EBARA's first post-War overseas production facility, Ebara Indústrias Mecánicas e Comércio Ltda. (precursor of EBARA BOMBAS AMÉRICA DO SUL LTDA.), in Brazil

1979: Establishment of P.T. Ebara Indonesia as Southeast Asian production base for standard pumps

1981: Establishment of Ebara International Corporation in the United States as North American base for pumps business

1985: Entry into precision machinery business

1989: Establishment of Ebara Italia S.p.A. (currently Ebara Pumps Europe S.p.A.) in Italy as European production based for standard pumps

1989: Delivery of first internally circulating fluidized-bed boiler (ICFB)

1991: Establishment of Ebara Technologies Incorporated in the United States as North American base for precision machinery business

1992: Establishment of EBARA QINGDAO CO., LTD. in China as base for boiler production

1994: Merger with Ebara-Infilco Co., Ltd. and transition to three-business structure, namely Fluid Machinery and Systems, Environmental Engineering, and Precision Machinery

1995: Establishment of Ebara Hai Duong Company Ltd. (precursor of today's Ebara Vietnam Pump Company Limited) as a production and sales base for pumps in Vietnam

1996: Establishment of Yantai Ebara Air Conditioning Equipment Co., Ltd.

1997: Establishment of Ebara Field Tech. Corporation as service company for Precision Machinery Business

1997: Establishment of EBARA Precision Machinery Taiwan Inc. as a base for Precision Machinery Business in Taiwan

1999: Establishment Shanghai Ebara Precision Machinery Co., Ltd. as based for Precision Machinery Business in China

2000: Acquisition of Elliott Company in U.S. as a wholly owned subsidiary

2001: Establishment of Ebara Kyushu Co., Ltd. (precursor of today's Kumamoto District)

2003: Establishment of Ebara Great Pumps Co., Ltd. as base for production and sales of API pumps in China

2005: Establishment of Ebara Boshan Pumps Co., Ltd. as base for production and sales of large-scale, high pressure pumps in China

2006: Establishment of Ebara Machinery (China) Co., Ltd., as base for production and sales of standard pumps in China

2008: Cumulative total of standard pumps produced at Fujisawa Plant reaches 15 million

2009: Reorganization of Environmental Engineering Business and integration into waste treatment plant business of EBARA Environmental Plant Co., Ltd.

2010: Establishment of new Futtsu Plant in Chiba Prefecture as global pump production base and transfer of functions of the Haneda Plant there

2010: Establishment of joint venture, Ebara Engineering Service Co., Ltd. (currently Swing Corporation), between EBARA Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation, and JGC Corporation, as global general water business company

2011: Cumulative total of dry vacuum pumps produced at Fujisawa Plant reaches 100,000 units

2012: 100th anniversary celebration

2015: Delivered one of the world's largest high-pressure pumps to a seawater desalination plant in San Diego, USA

2017: Delivered one of submersible motor pumps with the world's highest output capability to Las Vegas, USA

2014: Establishment of Ebara Pumps Middle East FZE in the United Arab Emirates as a sales and service base for pumps in the Middle East

2015: Cumulative total of compressors shipped by EBARA Elliott reaches 1,000 units

2016: Establishment of Ebara Bombas Colombia S.A.S. as base for pumps business in Colombia

2016: Establishment of Ebara Pumps Saudi Arabia LLC as based for pumps business in Saudi Arabia

2017: Establishment of Ebara Pumps South Africa (Pty) Ltd as a base for the pumps business in the Republic of South Africa

2018: Number of cumulative dry vacuum pumps shipped from Fujisawa Plant reaches 150,000 units

Company Info
  • Representative: XinLian Cai
  • Product/Service: Absorption Chiller , Electrical Chiller , Cooling Tower , Heat Pump , Centrifugal Chiller , Screw Chiller
  • Capital (Million US $): US$14.6 Million
  • Year Established: 1996
  • Total Annual Sales Volume (Million US $): Above US$100 Million
  • Export Percentage: 1% - 10%
  • Total Annual Purchase Volume (Million US $): US$50 Million - US$100 Million
  • No. of Production Lines: Above 10
  • No. of R&D Staff: Above 100 People
  • No. of QC Staff: 21 -30 People
  • OEM Services Provided: no
  • Factory Size (Sq.meters): Above 100,000 square meters
  • Factory Location: No.720, Yongda Road, New & High-Tech Zone, Fushan District, Yantai, Shandong, China
  • Contact Person: Mr. Overseas Dept.
  • Tel: +86-535-6319955
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