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SPX introduces NC Everest in the Middle East

Company says new product has specifically been designed for the region and is considered the largest single-cell, factory-assembled cooling tower available in the market

| | May 16, 2017 | 1:08 pm
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SPX Cooling Technologies has introduced the NC Everest Cooling Tower, which the company said is its latest innovation and an extension of its NC line, in the Middle East region. Designed especially for the region, the NC Everest provides the largest single-cell capacity, at 2,189 tonnes of refrigeration, within a factory-assembled modular approach, the company said during a technical seminar, on May 14 in Dubai.

Scott Maurer, Global Product Manager at SPX Cooling Technologies, highlighted key features of the product, which breaks into six modules to be factory-assembled to create a single-cell tower.

The NC Everest, Maurer said, offers 50% more cooling capacity in a single-cell, factory-assembled cooling tower. It offers more energy savings, as it has typically 35% less fan power as a requirement, he added. The Everest, Maurer said, has lower piping and electrical installation costs. Additional benefits, Maurer highlighted, include faster delivery time, at 6-12 weeks, and a faster installation time of 1-2 weeks. The product also has certified thermal performance in a field performance test, Maurer said.

According to SPX, the Everest is Eurovent- and CTI-certified. It is also FM-approved, with certified sound data by a third-party acoustical engineer, the company said. The product, SPX added, has galvanised and stainless steel material options with eight models available in low sound and quiet fans.


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