Kaltra’s industrial Mistral dry coolers for power plant cooling

Date: 11 August 2021
Kaltra’s industrial Mistral dry coolers for power plant cooling
Water conservation is the best practice for modern power generation companies. A feasibility study and analyses that were carried out for a horizon of 25 years demonstrated that the use of dry steam condensers also in terms of ROI with a pay-off period of 6.5 years for 10MW installation and 8.0 years for a 50MW system.

Multinational oil & gas company Eni selected Kaltra’s industrial Mistral dry coolers for its biomass power plant cooling, relying on proven quality, long warranty period, and wide range of available options. Cooling units have been configured with low-energy, large-diameter electronically-commutated (EC) fans, feature low sound output thank fan diffusers, and are equipped with dual fan speed controllers. Epoxy-coated heat exchangers ensure long operating life, offering a high level of corrosion protection for Mistral coolers.

As an alternative to wet cooling that requires about 3 cubic meters of water for 1MW generated power, dry cooling by air is increasingly used for new-build power plants with a steam cycle.

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