PP Material Water Cooling Tower Fill For High Temperature
Sinta produce both Polyvinyl Chloride and Polypropylene film fills.
Polypropylene (PP) Water Cooling Tower Fill (film fills) can be used for higher temperature applications than the same fill product made from Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC). This is purely due to the material properties and corresponding heat deflection temperatures. For counterflow application, PVC film fill is recommended to operate at or under 65 degrees (with the possibility of handling short term temperature excursions that are higher), whereas, for counterflow application, PP film fill is recommended to operate at or under 90 degrees (with the possibility of handling short term temperature excursions that are higher). This allows PP to be used for applications that will see much higher water temps.
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