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Designed Designed To To Meet Meet Individual Individual Needs Needs

Designed Designed To To Meet Meet Individual Individual Needs Needs

Designed Designed To To Meet Meet

Individual Individual Needs Needs

PCF SERIES COOLING TOWERS • Induced Draft Counter Flow • Multiple Cells Configuration • Small

PCF SERIES

COOLING TOWERS

• Induced Draft Counter Flow

• Multiple Cells Configuration

• Small To Large Capacities

• Compact Square Shape

• Small Installation Plot Area

• Light Weight Construction

• High Thermal Efficiency

• Low Power Consumption

• Drift Eliminator Inside

• Low Water Consumption

• Internal Distribution System

• Economical Piping Connections

• Robust Constructions

• Long Life Span

Connections • Robust Constructions • Long Life Span CONTENTS Introduction 2 Multiple Cells System 3

CONTENTS

Introduction

2

Multiple Cells System

3

Heavy Duty Contruction / Water Distribution System 4

Fill Media / Cold Water Basin

5

Mechanical Equipment / Air Inlet Louvers / Drift Eliminators

6

Access Ladder / Access Door / Civil Foundation

7

4

Cells Cooling Tower With FRP Basin

8

4

Cells Cooling Tower With Concrete Basin

9

Design Concepts & Features

10

PCF 50 - 100 Series Standard Tower

11

Introduction

Cooling towers designed and manufactured in the past had been concentrated in making the cooling tower economical in production cost to meet the competitive market environment. The cooling towers were either the prototype with a few smaller models combined together to make up for the larger capacities; or single large unit of simple construction just merely serving the purpose of cooling water without considering other basic requirement of the end users. As a result, many problems were left to the end user to solve on their own. And the objective of making cooling tower economical has never been achieved in actual operation if other factors such as initial overall civil and electrical construction cost, subsequent operational cost, maintenance cost, spare parts replacement cost, down time cost and tower life span were to put together as overall consideration.

As capital equipment, inefficient cooling towers cannot be simply discarded away in most cases but to tolerate with whatsoever shortcomings.

With more users nowadays progressively gaining awareness on the importance of the cooling tower, PANWATER has developed the modern PCF Series cooling towers based on the user’s needs couple with the vast experience from more than a decade of making cooling tower using computerized thermal designing program. As a result, a completely new breed of cooling towers had been developed, tested and proven to meet every individual’s most demanding needs.

PCF 125 - 225 Series Standard Tower 12 - 15 PCF 250 - 500 Series
PCF 125 - 225 Series Standard Tower
12 - 15
PCF 250 - 500 Series Standard Tower
16 - 19
PCF 600 - 1000 Series Standard Tower
19 - 23
PCF 1200 - 2000 Series Standard Tower
24 - 27
Standard Tower 16 - 19 PCF 600 - 1000 Series Standard Tower 19 - 23 PCF
Multiple Cells System Each model of the PCF Series cooling tower has been intentionally designed
Multiple Cells System Each model of the PCF Series cooling tower has been intentionally designed
Multiple Cells System Each model of the PCF Series cooling tower has been intentionally designed

Multiple Cells System

Each model of the PCF Series cooling tower has been intentionally designed with multiple cells installation flexibility to meet many cooling tower system overall design nowadays, so that the cooling tower can be synchronized with the operation of the multiple units of chillers, heat exchangers and water pumps for ease of operation control and energy conservation. For this very important reason, it has been designed into multiple cells system to provide flexibility to handle partial load for operation with varying capacities at different stages, and for different changing ambient condition within a day and different season within a year to achieve highest efficiency.

As a result, PCF Series multiple cells design also simplified the overall system piping works, civil foundation works and complicated control system. All these associated cost in the overall cooling water system that provide efficient operation are normally not reflected from the cooling tower cost alone.

Whereas in many conventional cooling towers, a single unit of cooling tower were being used to handle the overall thermal capacity but lacks the flexibility to take advantage of lower ambient wet bulb temperature when it is lower than the design to operate at partial load for energy conservation. And in most cases, maintenance of the larger and crucial components becomes very difficult. Any minor failure usually leads to complete shut down of the entire cooling system. Although multiple cells cooling towers have emerged in the market recently, but such cooling towers were made for the purpose of reducing the production cost with very few model. When larger unit is required, the tower size normally become unnecessarily impractical due to too many small cells. Such solution usually involved larger overall plot area, complicated piping system, high initial civil cost, complicated control system and still lacks the flexibility in operation.

piping system, high initial civil cost, complicated control system and still lacks the flexibility in operation.
piping system, high initial civil cost, complicated control system and still lacks the flexibility in operation.
Heavy Duty Construction The external cooling tower casing, which provide the enclosure and supporting all
Heavy Duty Construction The external cooling tower casing, which provide the enclosure and supporting all

Heavy Duty Construction

The external cooling tower casing, which provide the enclosure and supporting all the various components are made from the high strength, very durable and light weight FRP materials. FRP materials offer flexibility to fabricate aerodynamic profile such as the fan housing and panels with high precision and yet offer very lightweight for ease of handling and ease of assembly. FRP construction is highly desirable also due to its superior resistance to weathering and corrosion since cooling towers are to be located out door and are directly subject to severe weathering and in constant contact with water.

system and valves to achieve efficient water distribution and control is not required. This feature is particularly necessary to avoid constant monitoring of water distribution to the cooling tower by external piping system in order to achieve the intended performance efficiency.

Hot circulation water return to the cooling tower via the main inlet header to each cell is redistributed through a series of smaller diameter lateral pipes and discharge onto the high efficiency PVC fill media below through the Polypropylene downwards spray nozzles. Since there is no rotating component in the distribution system, mechanical failure is eliminated.

In order to provide mechanical rigidity to the tower body, fabricated heavy gauge steel sections with hot-dip galvanized to BS 729 is used In the PCF Series cooling towers to provide the mechanical necessary for the framework to support the mechanical equipment and the entire tower body for rigidity and durability as well as to ensure long lasting life span.

Water Distribution System

Since the performance of the cooling tower is very much dependent on the effectiveness of the hot water distribution system, complete internal piping system is provided within the cooling tower. A single inlet connection flange is provided for each cell of the cooling tower is located at the sidewall casing panel for direct connection with the overall cooling water system piping. Therefore, complicated and costly external piping

The spray nozzles are screwed-connected onto the lateral pipes with threaded connections and provided with sufficiently large openings to allow foreign solids to discharge through the nozzles without plugging. Should it become necessary, the nozzles can be easily removed from the lateral pipes to discharge larger debris trapped in the piping system. The overall distribution system operates from the residual system pressure and do not requires excessive flow rate or pressure to operate. Significant amount of power saving is expected from the circulation water pump.

flow rate or pressure to operate. Significant amount of power saving is expected from the circulation
flow rate or pressure to operate. Significant amount of power saving is expected from the circulation
flow rate or pressure to operate. Significant amount of power saving is expected from the circulation
flow rate or pressure to operate. Significant amount of power saving is expected from the circulation

Fill Media

Hot water discharge onto the fill media directly below and redistribute into very thin water film over the very large surface area provided by the corrugated fill media. While ambient air induced by the fan need to pass through the fill media before discharge into the atmosphere, the passage taken by the air allows the two mediums to contact with each other. Since water flowing downward with the induced air moving upwards forming counter current flow with each other, this type of cooling tower is commonly termed as counter flow cooling tower.

With the ambient air at lower wet bulb temperature and lower enthalpy being induced into
With the ambient air
at lower wet bulb
temperature and lower
enthalpy being induced
into the cooling tower
directly in contact with the
hot water film at the fill
media, heat energy is

being transferred from water to air by evaporation process. The heat transfer process resulted a loss of enthalpy and a very small volume of water from the water to the air as evaporation loss. Water is constantly being cooled as it passes downward the entire fill media with the water finally achieved it’s designed outlet temperature and collected by the cold waterbasin below.

The effectiveness of the cooling process is very much dependent upon the total surface area of the water being exposed to air, the duration of air and water contact and the effectiveness of the air moving through the fill media; the configuration and the total surface area of the fill media is the utmost important factor of a cooling tower. The fill media used in the PCF Series cooling tower is manufactured from prime PVC materials and capable of withstanding as high as continuous operating temperature of 50 C and intermittent operating temperature of 55 C, exceeding most common operating temperatures in most applications. The most unique and excellent feature of the fill media being its uniform configuration when assembled into module to form a consistent

when assembled into module to form a consistent honeycomb-like packing for maximum uniform water and air

honeycomb-like packing for maximum uniform water and air distribution with air resistance to air flow is kept to minimum, thus giving very high thermal efficiency.

However, excessive total surface area of the fill media is detrimental because it increase the air resistance to air flow, while insufficient total surface area requires very much higher air flow rate to achieve the desired outlet temperature. In either case, it consumes higher energy to operate the fan. Therefore, the design of the fill media to achieve an optimum air to water relationship is the key to the efficiency of the cooling tower. And both the manufacturing process and materials used for the fill media determine hoe long the efficiency can be maintained.

Cold Water Basin

Cold water after passing through the fill media is being collected at the FRP cold-water basin below. The cold water basin is assembled from molded FRP panels and provided with

hot-dip galvanized steel outlet trough at the bottom complete with all the terminating piping connections required for the outlet pipe, make- up water pipe, overflow and drain pipes. The outlet connection for the pump suction is especially provided with anti-vortex

feature to prevent pump cavitations. For multiple cell arrangement, each cell is provided with its individual hot dip-galvanized steel outlet

a

with its individual hot dip-galvanized steel outlet a trough and piping connections therefore provides multiple

trough and piping connections therefore provides multiple outlet connections for multiple pumps operation, eliminating the need of a header pipe to interconnect all the pumps. This feature is advantageous when a larger cooling system requires a number

of circulation pumps to serve a number of different applications

or to make up the total flow rate required. The elimination of the large suction header pipes for the pumps provide a spacious

pump area for operation and maintenance and reduce the unnecessary initial piping cost.

Since the PCF Series cooling tower allow unlimited multiple

cell installation configuration, the single common cold water basin serving all the cells allows any one cell or any one pump

to operate individually and independently without complicated

control or isolation. Since only a single common cold water basin is being used for the entire system, cumbersome balancing pipes and valves, which is very common in many larger system using multiple towers installation, is unnecessary.

pipes and valves, which is very common in many larger system using multiple towers installation, is
pipes and valves, which is very common in many larger system using multiple towers installation, is
pipes and valves, which is very common in many larger system using multiple towers installation, is
Mechanical Equipment The reliability of a cooling tower always depending on the type of prime

Mechanical Equipment

The reliability of a cooling tower always depending on the type of prime mover is being used for the fan either to maintain the thermal efficiency or for reliable continuous operation. Since cooling tower fans, especially with the larger diameter fans, the operational speed has to be reduced to below the maximum tip speed allowed, a speed reducer is always necessary to reduce the speed of the prime mover, i.e. electric motor. The PCF Series cooling tower employs the most durable and reliable planetary type gear speed reducer developed by PANWATER as the fan driver. Since it is the utmost important component of a cooling tower, numerous efforts had been put into the overall design of the gear speed reducer to transmit

torque from the electric motor to the axial flow fan for efficient air inducement. And priority had been given to the construction

of the mechanical equipment to ensure continuous and trouble

free operation with minimum maintenance as well as long life span compatible to the cooling tower.

as well as long life span compatible to the cooling tower. For larger models using the

For larger models using the planetary gear speed reducer,

electric motor is directly close coupled to the gear unit forming

a single coaxial driver to operate the axial flow fan. The oil

lubricated gear speed reducer is designed with a bearing life of 10,000 hours for continuous and heavy-duty operation. It is capable of withstanding high torque developed by the electric motor during starting and has very uniform torque transmission from high speed input shaft to the low speed output shaft so that wear and tear to the components is minimum. Replacement of parts only limit to the bearing and seals annually, which is predictable. Therefore eliminate the risk of unpredictable tower break down.

The axial flow fans used in the PCF Series cooling tower are adjustable pitch type of cast aluminium alloy with the most efficient aerodynamic profile for best efficiency. All attachment hardware is made of stainless steel material for heavy-duty operation and long life span. The entire mechanical equipment are supported on a heavy gauge hot dip galvanized frame rigidly installed onto the FRP fan housing and complete with safety guards.

Air Inlet Louvers

Due to the increasing concern on environment cleanliness

and aesthetic requirement, cooling towers had been forced to hide behind buildings or concealed behind walls. In most cases,

it is due to its ugliness especially with the air inlet louvers used for the cooling tower had been very flimsy and damaged over

a short period due to weathering, or in most cases, water is

still splashing over the tower surroundings causing eyesore to everyone.

over the tower surroundings causing eyesore to everyone. In view of this conventional problem, the overall

In view of this conventional problem, the overall outlook

and finishing of the PCF Series cooling towers have been given

a cosmetic finishing and the air inlet louvers, which is part of

the tower exterior, has been designed compatible to the tower body. Air inlet louvers are provided at the lower section of the

tower side walls to guide air flow into the cooling tower as well as preventing water droplets splashing out from the cooling tower causing corrosion to the surrounding area. Again, louvers made of FRP materials is being used as it is directly subject to weathering to provide smooth air flow into the tower with minimum air resistance and with an inclination to shed water back into the cold water basin. The air inlet louvers are easily removable from its attachment for access into the cold- water basin section for maintenance purpose.

Drift Eliminators

Air after passing through the fill media is moving upwards with air velocity sufficiently large to provide an upward thrust for small water droplets in the cooling tower. Careful observation will notice that a large quantity of small water droplets is ‘floating’ below the operating fan and coalesce into larger water droplets and finally being drawn out of the cooling tower along with the discharge air if the cooling tower is not installed with an effective drift eliminator system. If efficient drift eliminator system is not provided, this water drift loss from the system can be as higher than 2% - 3% of the total circulation flow rate. Although the drift loss value seems to be small in percentage, but this amount of drift loss is more than sufficient

Although the drift loss value seems to be small in percentage, but this amount of drift
Although the drift loss value seems to be small in percentage, but this amount of drift
Although the drift loss value seems to be small in percentage, but this amount of drift
Although the drift loss value seems to be small in percentage, but this amount of drift
to keep the cooling tower surroundings wet, causing corrosion problems and health hazards as long

to keep the cooling tower surroundings wet, causing corrosion problems and health hazards as long as the cooling tower is in operation. And the cost for the total amount of make-up water necessary to top up the system at all time over a long duration can become very significant.

The PCF Series cooling towers has the very unique and efficient drift eliminator system installed over the distribution system and below the fan assembly as standard component. The drift eliminator system is capable minimize drift loss to as low as 0.005% of the total circulation flow rate. This very small amount of drift loss is virtually negligible and shall not cause the

surrounding area wet or consume excessive water when compare to the amount of water lost due to evaporation.

Access Ladder

Hot-dip galvanized access ladder is provided for access onto the mechanical equipment for routine inspection and maintenance purpose as standard. For multiple cells model, a common inspection platform in between tower cells complete with safety rails of hot-dip galvanized steel construction is provided as optional item with added cost. This safety platform makes minor maintenance work on top of tower such as checking and replacement of gear oils and tightening of loosened bolts and nuts a lot easier and safer. It also encourages routine inspection and maintenance work on more regular basis since the mechanical equipment requires more attention in order to ensure smooth operation.

requires more attention in order to ensure smooth operation. Access Door FRP access door is provided
requires more attention in order to ensure smooth operation. Access Door FRP access door is provided

Access Door

FRP access door is provided for each cell located either at

one of the side panel, or on the fan deck as standard feature. Provision of this door allows the maintenance personal to enter into the cooling tower easily without troublesome dismantling

of any tower components. This direct access into the distribution

and fill media sections encourage regular inspection and cleaning of the fill media and distribution system to maintain efficient tower operation at all time.

Civil Foundation

With the cooling tower being designed with multiple cells

flexibility, and made of light weight materials of construction, tower supporting structures are systematically simple, level, symmetrical, easy and economical to construct. And it is always

a lot more easily to directly incorporate into the building structure without complicated construction.

Since all the loading points are equal distance to each other

in both direction, all loading points will eventually aligned into

parallel rows of beams. With this characteristic, it is always possible to adjust the seating position of the cooling tower with all its loading points coincide with structural beams. And the supporting beams can be either concrete of steel construction.

beams can be either concrete of steel construction. Alternatively, the PCF Series towers can be easily

Alternatively, the PCF Series towers can be easily installed onto larger concrete cold-water basin with simple supporting

columns where much longer retention time of the water storage

is necessary. Concrete basin with larger retention volume is

recommended for applications whereby make-up water supply

is expected to be irregular. And for very critical applications,

cooling tower water supply to the plant or equipment cannot be immediately shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is abruptly being cut off.

shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
shut off, larger basin to provide emergency water supply is recommended in case make-up water is
PCF SERIES 4 CELLS COOLING TOWER WITH FRP BASIN

PCF SERIES

4 CELLS COOLING TOWER WITH FRP BASIN

UNIQUE ADVANTAGES This example illustrate a 4 cells cooling tower of an IN-LINE tower arrangement
UNIQUE ADVANTAGES
This example illustrate a 4 cells cooling tower of an IN-LINE tower
arrangement with each individual cell capacity exactly sized for actual
heat rejection load of serving each intremediate cooling equipment such as
heat exchanger or chiller. An additional cell is included serving as the
standby unit and provision for unexpectedly high heat load, should there
be any.
Circulation water pumps is similarly sized in accordance to the exact flow
rate required by the equipment to be cooled and with an additional pump
serving as the standby unit. Return hot water is pump back to the cooling
tower via a single header pipe which redistribute the total flow into any
individual cell to perform the cooling required. Since the cooling tower is of
the single common basin design, discharge piping is directly connected to
the circulation pumps from the cold-water basin without the need of a common
suction header pipe. Return hot water enter cooling tower by a single header
pipe and branched into each cell each with an isolating valve.
Since the cooling tower is designed into square shape for each cell, and
suitable for multiple cells operation with tower and the cold water basin
specifically made from light weight FRP materials, the final overall operating
weight is markedly reduced. Therefore, plinths required for the cooling tower
does not require elaborate supporting foundation. As such, the cooling
tower is suitable for installation on any building floors or elevated structures
supported by either simple concrete plinths or structural steel members when
space available is limited.
This method of piping arrangement provides flexibility and simplify the entire
cooling system operation by allowing each cooling tower cell, circulation
water pumps and cooling equipment to operate independently. It also reduces
the unnecessary initial construction cost required to provide balancing pipes
and suction header pipes as compared to conventianal design.
It is due to the increasingly challenging needs of every individuals that
leads to the development of the PCF Series cooling tower which provide
such high degree of flexibility. The advantages of the PCF Series cooling
tower such as energy conservation, minimum plot area, low piping and
civil construction cost can only be effectively realised if all these associated
works are being evaluated initially with different cooling tower of number
of cells. It is also for every individual to determine the necessity of any
spare or stand-by unit depending on their application. In any case, an
additional cell of fractional capacity to the cooling tower is always more
economical and easier to operate than an additional full size cooling tower.
And similarly, stand-by circulation pump of fractional capacity similar to the
circulation flow rate of each cell is only required instead of a full sized
stand-by pump.
NOTES:
1. SIMILAR MULTIPLE CELLS ARRANGEMENT IS APPLICABLE TO ANY NUMBER OF CELLS.
2. WATER PUMPS AND PIPING ARRANGEMENT ARE PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY. CONSULT PANWATER FOR OTHER DIFFERENT ARRANGEMENT.
3. MOTORISED ACTUATED CONTROL VALVES CAN BE USED TO INCORPORATE INTO THE OVERALL CONTROL SYSTEM IN LIEU OF THE MANUAL VALVES.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER ORMODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT

PCF SERIES

PCF SERIES 4 CELLS COOLING TOWER WITH CONCRETE BASIN

4 CELLS COOLING TOWER WITH CONCRETE BASIN

UNIQUE ADVANTAGES This example illustrate a 4 cells cooling tower of an IN-LINE tower arrangement
UNIQUE ADVANTAGES
This example illustrate a 4 cells cooling tower of an IN-LINE tower
arrangement seated on a concrete cold water basin which is typical in
many industrial cooling system design. The tower is designed to allow the
cooling system to operate on partial loads at different stages depending
on the requirement to conserve electrical power consumption. The total
number of cells required is very much dependent on the mode of operation.
In any case, due to the fact that cooling towers are normally designed to
cater for the maximum wet bulb temperature foresee in certain period
only,it is common that the cooling tower may not be operating at full load
at all time. Although providing lower temperature than required to the
equipment to be cooled is generally beneficial, but the power consumed
by the cooling tower has to be justified.
Although construction of concrete cold water basin is usually at higher
cost than the integral FRP basin supplied together with the cooling tower,
however, concrete cold water basin offer the advantage of providing a
huge amount of water storage for the cooling system. This particularly
important for critical applications such as in certain process plant and in
cases where make-up water supply is envisaged to be interrupted at any
time.
Similarly, any number of water circulation pumps can be incorporate into
the cooling system to service various cooling needs without complicated
piping works and operation, making the overall system into a flexible
central cooling reservoir for all applications within a process plant.
Therefore, just a matter of initial careful planning and design of the entire
cooling system, tremendous amount of long term energy saving from the
cooling tower and the circulation pumps can be realised by employing
this unique advantage. Energy saving is usually during period of lower
ambient wet bulb temperature at night and/or during colder seasons in
the temperate coutries.
Since each cooling tower cell is square, the multiple cells arrangement
only requires equally spaced foundation in both ways. This provide the
advantage of having all loading positions can be easily designed and
constructed onto the basin floors using independent column for each loading
point, or using rows of parallel beams as tower supports. In most cases,
loadings of the cooling tower is quite minimum due to the lightweight
construction, making civil foundation construction quite economical.
Alternatively, should cold water basin of larger retention volume is
necessary, either for installation above ground level or on elevated
structures, cold water basin of any desired volume can be easily constructed
from any materials of construction to suit the application ranging from
using FRP materials to mild steel construction with corrossion resistant linings
or coatings, or using stainless steel materials for long life span.
NOTES:
1. SIMILAR MULTIPLE CELLS ARRANGEMENT IS APPLICABLE TO ANY NUMBER OF CELLS.
2. WATER PUMPS AND PIPING ARRANGEMENT ARE PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY. CONSULT PANWATER FOR OTHER DIFFERENT ARRANGEMENT.
3. MOTORISED ACTUATED CONTROL VALVES CAN BE USED TO INCORPORATE INTO THE OVERALL CONTROL SYSTEM IN LIEU OF THE MANUAL VALVES.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER ORMODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT
PCF SERIES DESIGN CONCEPTS & FEATURES

PCF SERIES

DESIGN CONCEPTS & FEATURES

PCF SERIES DESIGN CONCEPTS & FEATURES STANDARD MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION Tower Assembly Factory Assembled Site

STANDARD MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION

Tower Assembly Factory Assembled Site Assembly Electric Motor 380V/415V, 3 PHASE, 50Hz/60Hz, IP 55 Protection
Tower Assembly
Factory Assembled
Site Assembly
Electric Motor
380V/415V, 3 PHASE, 50Hz/60Hz, IP 55 Protection
Speed Reducer
Direct Motor Drive
V-Belt Speed Reducer
Spiral Bevel Gear Speed Reducer
Drive Shaft
Not Applicable
Tubular Floating Shaft
Fan Assembly
Aluminium Alloy Fan Blades & Hubs
Mechanical Supports
Hot Dip Galvanized Steel To B. S. 729:1971
Fan Stack
Fiber-Glass Reinforced Polyester
Inlet Header Connection
PVC JIS 10K Inlet Flange
Distribution Pipes
PVC / FRP
Spray Nozzles
Polypropylene
Drift Eliminator
Cellular PVC Extruded Profiles
Fill Packing
Modular PVC Fill Media
Tower Casing
Fiber-Glass Reinforced Polyester
Cold Water Basin
Fiber-Glass Reinforced Polyester
Fiber-Glass Reinforced Polyester or Concrete Cold Water Basin By Owner
Tower Structure
Hot Dip Galvanized Steel To B. S. 729:1971
Tower Hardware
Hot Dip Galvanized Steel To B. S. 729:1971
Access Ladder
Not Fitted
Hot Dip Galvanized Steel To B. S. 729:1971
NOTES:
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ELECTRIC MOTOR SUPPLIED SHALL BE 415V, 3 PHASE, 50 HZ AS STANDARDS.
2. MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION OTHER THAN SPECIFIED HEREIN CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH ADDED COST ON REQUEST.
3. CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER SELECTION, DETAIL SPECIFICATION AND DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS BY GIVING YOUR REQUIREMENT.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO THE SPECIFICATION AND DIMENSIONS WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.
MODELS
PCF50
PCF60
PCF70
PCF80
PCF90
PCF100
PCF125
PCF150
PCF175
PCF200
PCF225
PCF250
PCF300
PCF350
PCF400
PCF500
PCF600
PCF700
PCF800
PCF900
PCF1000
PCF1200
PCF1400
PCF1600
PCF1800
PCF2000

PCF SERIES

PCF SERIES GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 50 TO PCF 100

ENGINEERING DATA Tower Capacity Heat Load Flow Rate Tower Dimension (mm) Motor Size Fan Diameter
ENGINEERING DATA
Tower
Capacity
Heat Load
Flow Rate
Tower Dimension (mm)
Motor Size
Fan Diameter
Air Volume
Inlet / Outlet
Pump Head
Model
RT
Kcal / hour
m≥ / hour
Length, L
Width, W
Height, H
Kw
mm
M≥/Min.
Pipe Size
M
PCF 50-C1
50
195,000
39
1,540
1,540
2,720
0.75
915
288
3
2.8
PCF 60-C1
60
234,000
47
1,540
1,540
3,020
1.10
915
306
3
3.0
PCF 70-C1
70
273,000
55
1,740
1,740
2,740
1.10
1,068
404
4
2.8
PCF 80-C1
80
312,000
62
1,740
1,740
3,040
1.50
1,068
409
4
3.0
PCF 90-C1
90
351,000
70
1,940
1,940
2,920
1.50
1,220
519
4
3.2
PCF 100-C1
100
390,000
78
1,940
1,940
3,220
2.20
1,220
511
4
3.5
Tower
Piping Connection Size (mm) NB
Vertical Height (mm)
Horizontal Distance
(mm)
Model
Inlet
Outlet
Auto Make-up
Quick Fill
Over Flow
Drain
H1 @ Inlet
H2 @ Outlet
D1
D2
D3
PCF 50-C1
80
80
20
20
25
25
1,780
115
N/A
N/A
N/A
PCF 60-C1
80
80
20
20
25
25
2,080
115
N/A
N/A
N/A
PCF 70-C1
100
100
20
20
25
25
1,780
120
N/A
N/A
N/A
PCF 80-C1
100
100
20
20
25
25
2,080
120
N/A
N/A
N/A
PCF 90-C1
100
100
20
20
25
25
1,780
125
N/A
N/A
N/A
PCF 100-C1
100
100
20
20
25
25
2,080
125
N/A
N/A
N/A
Tower
Center Distance Between Supports (mm)
Loading Point
Loading Data (KGS)
Anchor
Bolts
Tower Weight (KGS)
Model
L1
L2
L3
Quantity
Loading @ A
Loading @ B
Loading @ C
Quantity
Size
Shipping
Operating
PCF 50-C1
1,450
1,450
N/A
4
200
N/A
N/A
4
M12
480
800
PCF 60-C1
1,450
1,450
N/A
4
205
N/A
N/A
4
M12
500
820
PCF 70-C1
1,650
1,650
N/A
4
238
N/A
N/A
4
M12
540
950
PCF 80-C1
1,650
1,650
N/A
4
250
N/A
N/A
4
M12
590
1,000
PCF 90-C1
1,850
1,850
N/A
4
300
N/A
N/A
4
M12
670
1,200
PCF 100-C1
1,850
1,850
N/A
4
325
N/A
N/A
4
M12
780
1,300
NOTES:
THERMAL DESIGN CONDITIONS AS PER JIS STANDARDS :
CIRCULATING FLOW RATE = 780 LITRES/HOUR PER RT
INLET TEMPERATURE = 37 0
COUTLET TEMPERATURE = 32 0 C
WET BULB TEMPERATURE = 27 0 C
PCF SERIES GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

PCF SERIES

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 125 TO PCF 225

ENGINEERING DATA Tower Capacity Heat Load Flow Rate Tower Dimension (mm) Motor Size Fan Diameter
ENGINEERING DATA
Tower
Capacity
Heat Load
Flow Rate
Tower Dimension (mm)
Motor Size
Fan Diameter
Air Volume
Inlet / Outlet
Pump Head
Model
RT
Kcal / hour
m 3 / hour
Length, L
Width, W
Height, H1
Height, H2
Kw
mm
M 3 /Min.
Pipe Size
M
PCF 125-C1
125
487,500
98
2,380
2,380
3,610
2,960
2.20
1,373
721
5
3.7
PCF 125-C2
250
975,000
195
4,720
2,380
3,730
3,080
2.2
X 2
1,373
721
5
3.9
PCF 125-C3
375
1,462,500
293
7,060
2,380
3,990
3,340
2.2
X 3
1,373
721
5
4.1
PCF 125-C4
500
1,950,000
390
9,400
2,380
3,990
3,340
2.2
X 4
1,373
721
5
4.1
PCF 150-C1
150
585,000
117
2,380
2,380
3,910
3,260
3.00
1,373
766
5
4.0
PCF 150-C2
300
1,170,000
234
4,720
2,380
4,030
3,380
3.0
X 2
1,373
766
5
4.2
PCF 150-C3
450
1,755,000
351
7,060
2,380
4,290
3,640
3.0
X 3
1,373
766
5
4.4
PCF 150-C4
600
2,340,000
468
9,400
2,380
4,290
3,640
3.0
X 4
1,373
766
5
4.4
PCF 175-C1
175
682,500
137
2,640
2,640
3,750
3,100
4.00
1,525
1,009
6
3.8
PCF 175-C2
350
1,365,000
273
5,240
2,640
3,880
3,230
4.0
X 2
1,525
1,009
6
3.9
PCF 175-C3
525
2,047,500
410
7,840
2,640
4,170
3,520
4.0
X 3
1,525
1,009
6
4.2
PCF 175-C4
700
2,730,000
546
10,440
2,640
4,170
3,520
4.0
X 4
1,525
1,009
6
4.2
PCF 200-C1
200
780,000
156
2,640
2,640
4,050
3,400
5.50
1,525
1,021
6
4.1
PCF 200-C2
400
1,560,000
312
5,240
2,640
4,180
3,530
5.5
X 2
1,525
1,021
6
4.2
PCF 200-C3
600
2,340,000
468
7,840
2,640
4,470
3,820
5.5
X 3
1,525
1,021
6
4.5
PCF 200-C4
800
3,120,000
624
10,440
2,640
4,470
3,820
5.5
X 4
1,525
1,021
6
4.5
PCF 225-C1
225
877,500
176
2,840
2,840
3,780
3,130
5.50
1,830
1,298
6
3.8
PCF 225-C2
450
1,755,000
351
5,640
2,840
3,920
3,270
5.5
X 2
1,830
1,298
6
3.9
PCF 225-C3
675
2,632,500
527
8,440
2,840
4,240
3,590
5.5
X 3
1,830
1,298
6
4.2
PCF 225-C4
900
3,510,000
702
11,240
2,840
4,240
3,590
5.5
X 4
1,830
1,298
6
4.2
NOTES:
1. THE LAST DIGIT OF THE MODEL NUMBER DENOTES NUMBER OF CELLS. CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER CONFIGURATION EXCEEDING 4 CELLS.
2. PROVIDE SPACE SURROUNDING THE COOLING TOWER FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE ACCESS. AVOID LOCATION TOO NEAR ANY VERTICAL OBSTRUCTIONS.
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING CONFIGURATIONS NOT SHOWN, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSION DRAWINGS.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.

PCF SERIES

EXTERNAL PIPING LAYOUT

PCF SERIES EXTERNAL PIPING LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 125 TO PCF 225

Tower Piping Connection Size (mm) NB @ Cold Water Basin Vertical Height (mm) Horizontal Distance
Tower
Piping Connection Size (mm) NB @ Cold Water Basin
Vertical Height (mm)
Horizontal Distance (mm)
Model
Inlet
Outlet
Auto Make-up
Quick Fill
Over Flow
Drain
R1 @ Inlet
R2 @ Inlet
D @ Outlet
L1
L2
L3
PCF 125-C1
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,230
1,580
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 125-C2
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,350
1,700
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 125-C3
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,580
1,930
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 125-C4
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,580
1,930
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 150-C1
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,530
1,880
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 150-C2
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,650
2,000
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 150-C3
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,880
2,230
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 150-C4
125
125
25
25
50
50
2,880
2,230
165
1,755
2,340
585
PCF 175-C1
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,270
1,620
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 175-C2
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,400
1,750
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 175-C3
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,660
2,010
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 175-C4
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,660
2,010
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 200-C1
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,570
1,920
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 200-C2
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,700
2,050
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 200-C3
150
150
25
25
65
65
3,000
2,350
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 200-C4
150
150
25
25
65
65
3,000
2,350
165
1,950
2,600
650
PCF 225-C1
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,300
1,650
165
2,100
2,800
700
PCF 225-C2
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,440
1,790
165
2,100
2,800
700
PCF 225-C3
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,720
2,070
165
2,100
2,800
700
PCF 225-C4
150
150
25
25
65
65
2,720
2,070
165
2,100
2,800
700
NOTES:
1. ALL INLET AND OUTLET CONNECTIONS SHALL BE FLANGED TO JIS 10K AS STANDARD.
2. CUSTOMER TO PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY EXTERNAL PIPE SUPPORTS FOR ALL INTER-CONNECTING WATER PIPES.
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING 4 CELLS CONFIGURATION, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSIONS.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.
PCF SERIES TOWER FOUNDATION LAYOUT

PCF SERIES

TOWER FOUNDATION LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 125 TO PCF 225

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
        TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION   Tower Center Distance Between Supports (mm) Loading
        TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION   Tower Center Distance Between Supports (mm) Loading
        TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION   Tower Center Distance Between Supports (mm) Loading
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION

 

Tower

Center Distance Between Supports (mm)

Loading Point

Loading Data (KGS)

 

Anchor Bolts

 

Tower Weight (KGS)

Model

 

L1

 

L2

L3

Quantity

Loading @ A

Loading @ B

Loading @ C

Quantity

Size

 

Shipping

Operating

PCF 125-C1

 

2,340

   

2,340

1,170

 

4

223

372

595

4

M12

 

1,290

2,380

PCF 125-C2

 

4,680

   

2,340

1,170

 

6

220

367

588

6

M12

 

2,520

4,700

PCF 125-C3

 

7,020

   

2,340

1,170

 

8

219

366

585

8

M12

 

3,750

7,020

PCF 125-C4

 

9,360

   

2,340

1,170

 

10

219

365

584

10

M12

 

4,980

9,340

PCF 150-C1

 

2,340

   

2,340

1,170

 

4

233

388

620

4

M12

 

1,380

2,480

PCF 150-C2

 

4,680

   

2,340

1,170

 

6

229

382

611

6

M12

 

2,690

4,890

PCF 150-C3

 

7,020

   

2,340

1,170

 

8

228

380

608

8

M12

 

4,000

7,300

PCF 150-C4

 

9,360

   

2,340

1,170

 

10

228

379

607

10

M12

 

5,310

9,710

PCF 175-C1

 

2,600

   

2,600

1,300

 

9

268

447

715

12

M12

 

1,510

2,860

PCF 175-C2

 

5,200

   

2,600

1,300

 

15

264

441

705

20

M12

 

2,940

5,640

PCF 175-C3

 

7,800

   

2,600

1,300

 

21

263

439

702

28

M12

 

4,370

8,420

PCF 175-C4

 

10,400

   

2,600

1,300

 

27

263

438

700

36

M12

 

5,800

11,200

PCF 200-C1

 

2,600

   

2,600

1,300

 

9

278

463

740

12

M12

 

1,610

2,960

PCF 200-C2

 

5,200

   

2,600

1,300

 

15

274

456

730

20

M12

 

3,140

5,840

PCF 200-C3

 

7,800

   

2,600

1,300

 

21

273

454

727

28

M12

 

4,670

8,720

PCF 200-C4

 

10,400

   

2,600

1,300

 

27

272

453

725

36

M12

 

6,200

11,600

PCF 225-C1

 

2,800

   

2,800

1,400

 

9

300

500

800

12

M12

 

1,620

3,200

PCF 225-C2

 

5,600

   

2,800

1,400

 

15

296

494

790

20

M12

 

3,160

6,320

PCF 225-C3

   

8,400

   

2,800

1,400

 

21

295

492

787

28

M12

 

4,700

9,440

PCF 225-C4

 

11,200

   

2,800

1,400

 

27

294

491

785

36

M12

 

6,240

12,560

NOTES:

1. FOUNDATION SHOULD BE DESIGNED TO CATER THE OPERATING WEIGHT OF THE COOLING TOWER.

 

2. ALL FOUNDATIONS REQUIRED TO BE LEVELLED WITHIN ±3 mm TOLERANCE AND PROVIDED WITH POCKETS FOR ANCHOR BOLTS.

 
   

3. FOUNDATION HEIGHT INDICATED IS MINIMUM REQUIREMENT. INCREASE THE HIGHT IF NECESSARY TO SUIT PIPING INSTALLATION.

 

4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.

 

PCF SERIES

CONCRETE BASIN LAYOUT

PCF SERIES CONCRETE BASIN LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 125 TO PCF 225

CONCRETE BASIN DIMENSION Tower Center Distance Between Supports (mm) Loading Point Loading Data (KGS) Anchor
CONCRETE BASIN DIMENSION
Tower
Center Distance Between Supports (mm) Loading Point
Loading Data (KGS)
Anchor Bolts
Tower Weight (KGS)
Model
L1
L2
L3
Quantity
Loading @ A
Loading @ B
Loading @ C
Quantity
Size
Shipping
Operating
PCF 125-C1
2,340
2,340
N/A
4
150
250
400
4
M12
1,300
1,600
PCF 125-C2
4,680
2,340
N/A
6
141
234
375
6
M12
2,600
3,000
PCF 125-C3
7,020
2,340
N/A
8
144
240
383
8
M12
3,900
4,600
PCF 125-C4
9,360
2,340
N/A
10
143
238
381
10
M12
5,200
6,100
PCF 150-C1
2,340
2,340
N/A
4
159
266
425
4
M12
1,400
1,700
PCF 150-C2
4,680
2,340
N/A
6
155
258
413
6
M12
2,800
3,300
PCF 150-C3
7,020
2,340
N/A
8
150
250
400
8
M12
4,200
4,800
PCF 150-C4
9,360
2,340
N/A
10
150
250
400
10
M12
5,600
6,400
PCF 175-C1
2,600
2,600
1,300
9
178
297
475
12
M12
1,500
1,900
PCF 175-C2
2,600
2,600
1,300
15
216
359
575
20
M12
3,000
4,600
PCF 175-C3
2,600
2,600
1,300
21
231
385
617
28
M12
4,500
7,400
PCF 175-C4
2,600
2,600
1,300
27
239
398
638
36
M12
6,000
10,200
PCF 200-C1
2,600
2,600
1,300
9
188
313
500
12
M12
1,600
2,000
PCF 200-C2
2,600
2,600
1,300
15
230
383
613
20
M12
3,200
4,900
PCF 200-C3
2,600
2,600
1,300
21
241
401
642
28
M12
4,800
7,700
PCF 200-C4
2,600
2,600
1,300
27
248
414
663
36
M12
6,400
10,600
PCF 225-C1
2,800
2,800
1,400
9
206
344
550
12
M12
1,650
2,200
PCF 225-C2
2,800
2,800
1,400
15
244
406
650
20
M12
3,300
5,200
PCF 225-C3
2,800
2,800
1,400
21
259
432
692
28
M12
4,950
8,300
PCF 225-C4
2,800
2,800
1,400
27
267
445
713
36
M12
6,600
11,400
NOTES:
1. FOUNDATION SHOULD BE DESIGNED TO CATER THE OPERATING WEIGHT OF THE COOLING TOWER.
2. ALL FOUNDATIONS REQUIRED TO BE LEVELLED WITHIN ±3 mm TOLERANCE AND PROVIDED WITH POCKETS FOR ANCHOR BOLTS.
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING 4 CELLS CONFIGURATION, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSIONS.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.
PCF SERIES GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

PCF SERIES

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 250 TO PCF 500

ENGINEERING DATA Tower Capacity Heat Load Flow Rate Tower Dimension (mm) Motor Size Fan Diameter
ENGINEERING DATA
Tower
Capacity
Heat Load
Flow Rate
Tower Dimension (mm)
Motor Size
Fan Diameter
Air Volum
Inlet/Outlet
Pump Head
Model
RT
Kcal / hour
m 3 / hour
Length, L
Width, W
Height, H1
Height, H2
Kw
mm
M 3 /Min.
Pipe Size
M
PCF 250-C1
250
975,000
195
2,840
2,840
4,130
3,430
5.50
1,830
1,277
6
4.2
PCF 250-C2
500
1,950,000
390
5,640
2,840
4,270
3,570
5.5
X 2
1,830
1,277
6
4.3
PCF 250-C3
750
2,925,000
585
8,440
2,840
4,540
3,840
5.5
X 3
1,830
1,277
6
4.6
PCF 250-C4
1,000
3,900,000
780
11,240
2,840
4,540
3,840
5.5
X 4
1,830
1,277
6
4.6
PCF 300-C1
300
1,170,000
234
3,240
3,240
4,190
3,490
7.50
2,135
1,532
8
4.2
PCF 300-C2
600
2,340,000
468
6,440
3,240
4,350
3,650
7.5
X 2
2,135
1,532
8
4.4
PCF 300-C3
900
3,510,000
702
9,640
3,240
4,710
4,010
7.5
X 3
2,135
1,532
8
4.7
PCF 300-C4
1,200
4,680,000
936
12,840
3,240
4,710
4,010
7.5
X 4
2,135
1,532
8
4.7
PCF 350-C1
350
1,365,000
273
3,440
3,440
4,310
3,560
7.50
2,135
1,787
8
4.3
PCF 350-C2
700
2,730,000
546
6,840
3,440
4,480
3,730
7.5
X 2
2,135
1,787
8
4.5
PCF 350-C3
1,050
4,095,000
819
10,240
3,440
4,860
4,110
7.5
X 3
2,135
1,787
8
4.8
PCF 350-C4
1,400
5,460,000
1,092
13,640
3,440
4,860
4,110
7.5
X 4
2,135
1,787
8
4.8
PCF 400-C1
400
1,560,000
312
3,640
3,640
4,700
3,950
11.00
2,440
2,043
8
4.3
PCF 400-C2
800
3,120,000
624
7,240
3,640
4,880
4,130
11.0
X 2
2,440
2,043
8
4.5
PCF 400-C3
1,200
4,680,000
936
10,840
3,640
5,290
4,540
11.0
X 3
2,440
2,043
8
4.9
PCF 400-C4
1,600
6,240,000
1,248
14,440
3,640
5,290
4,540
11.0
X 4
2,440
2,043
8
4.9
PCF 500-C1
500
1,950,000
390
4,040
4,040
4,960
4,160
11.00
2,440
2,553
8
4.4
PCF 500-C2
1,000
3,900,000
780
8,040
4,040
5,160
4,360
11.0
X 2
2,440
2,553
8
4.6
PCF 500-C3
1,500
5,850,000
1,170
12,040
4,040
5,610
4,810
11.0
X 3
2,440
2,553
8
5.0
PCF 500-C4
2,000
7,800,000
1,560
16,040
4,040
5,610
4,810
11.0
X 4
2,440
2,553
8
5.0
NOTES: THERMAL DESIGN CONDITIONS AS PER JIS STANDARDS :
1. THE LAST DIGIT OF THE MODEL NUMBER DENOTES NUMBER OF CELLS. CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER CONFIGURATION EXCEEDING 4 CELLS.CIRCULATING FLOW RATE = 780 LITRES/HOUR PER RT
2. PROVIDE SPACE SURROUNDING THE COOLING TOWER FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE ACCESS. AVOID LOCATION TOO NEAR ANY VERTICAL OBSTRUCTIONS. INLET TEMPERATURE = 37 °C
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING CONFIGURATIONS NOT SHOWN, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSION DRAWINGS.OUTLET TEMPERATURE = 32 °C
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.WET BULB TEMPERATURE = 27°C

PCF SERIES

EXTERNAL PIPING LAYOUT

PCF SERIES EXTERNAL PIPING LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 250 TO PCF 500

Tower Piping Connection Size (mm) NB @ Cold Water Basin Vertical Height (mm) Horizontal Distance
Tower
Piping Connection Size (mm) NB @ Cold Water Basin
Vertical Height (mm)
Horizontal Distance (mm)
Model
Inlet
Outlet
Auto Make-up
Quick Fill
Over Flow
Drain
R1 @ Inlet
R2 @ Inlet
D @ Outlet
L1
L2
L3
PCF 250-C1
150
150
38
38
65
65
2,650
1,950
215
2,100
2,800
700
PCF 250-C2
150
150
38
38
65
65
2,790
2,090
215
2,100
2,800
700
PCF 250-C3
150
150
38
38
65
65
3,070
2,370
215
2,100
2,800
700
PCF 250-C4
150
150
38
38
65
65
3,070
2,370
215
2,100
2,800
700
PCF 300-C1
200
200
38
38
80
80
2,710
2,010
215
2,400
3,200
800
PCF 300-C2
200
200
38
38
80
80
2,870
2,170
215
2,400
3,200
800
PCF 300-C3
200
200
38
38
80
80
3,190
2,490
215
2,400
3,200
800
PCF 300-C4
200
200
38
38
80
80
3,190
2,490
215
2,400
3,200
800
PCF 350-C1
200
200
38
38
80
80
2,790
2,040
265
2,550
3,400
850
PCF 350-C2
200
200
38
38
80
80
2,960
2,210
265
2,550
3,400
850
PCF 350-C3
200
200
38
38
80
80
3,300
2,550
265
2,550
3,400
850
PCF 350-C4
200
200
38
38
80
80
3,300
2,550
265
2,550
3,400
850
PCF 400-C1
200
200
38
38
80
80
2,820
2,070
265
2,700
3,600
900
PCF 400-C2
200
200
38
38
80
80
3,000
2,250
265
2,700
3,600
900
PCF 400-C3
200
200
38
38
80
80
3,360
2,610
265
2,700
3,600
900
PCF 400-C4
200
200
38
38
80
80
3,360
2,610
265
2,700
3,600
900
PCF 500-C1
200
200
38
38
100
100
2,930
2,130
250
3,000
4,000
1,000
PCF 500-C2
200
200
38
38
100
100
3,130
2,330
250
3,000
4,000
1,000
PCF 500-C3
200
200
38
38
100
100
3,530
2,730
250
3,000
4,000
1,000
PCF 500-C4
200
200
38
38
100
100
3,530
2,730
250
3,000
4,000
1,000
NOTES:
1. ALL INLET AND OUTLET CONNECTIONS SHALL BE FLANGED TO JIS 10K AS STANDARD.
2. CUSTOMER TO PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY EXTERNAL PIPE SUPPORTS FOR ALL INTER-CONNECTING WATER PIPES.
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING 4 CELLS CONFIGURATION, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSIONS.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.
PCF SERIES TOWER FOUNDATION LAYOUT

PCF SERIES

TOWER FOUNDATION LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 250 TO PCF 500

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
          TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION   Tower   Center Distance Between Supports
          TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION   Tower   Center Distance Between Supports
          TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION   Tower   Center Distance Between Supports
 
   
   
   
   
   
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION

 

Tower

 

Center Distance Between Supports (mm)

 

Loading Point

Loading Data (KGS)

 

Anchor Bolts

 

Tower Weight (KGS)

Model

 

L1

 

L2

L3

 

Quantity

Loading @ A

Loading @ B

Loading @ C

 

Quantity

Size

 

Shipping

Operating

PCF 250-C1

   

2,800

 

2,800

1,400

   

9

309

516

825

 

12

M12

 

1,800

3,300

PCF 250-C2

   

5,600

 

2,800

1,400

   

15

309

516

825

 

20

M12

 

3,600

6,600

PCF 250-C3

   

8,400

 

2,800

1,400

   

21

306

510

817

 

28

M12

 

5,300

9,800

PCF 250-C4

   

11,200

 

2,800

1,400

   

27

305

508

813

 

36

M12

 

7,000

13,000

PCF 300-C1

   

3,200

 

3,200

1,600

   

9

384

641

1,025

 

12

M12

 

2,100

4,100

PCF 300-C2

   

6,400

 

3,200

1,600

   

15

380

633

1,013

 

20

M12

 

4,100

8,100

PCF 300-C3

   

9,600

 

3,200

1,600

   

21

381

635

1,017

 

28

M12

 

6,200

12,200

PCF 300-C4

   

12,800

 

3,200

1,600

   

27

380

633

1,013

 

36

M12

 

8,200

16,200

PCF 350-C1

   

3,400

 

3,400

1,700

   

9

441

734

1,175

 

12

M12

 

2,400

4,700

PCF 350-C2

   

6,800

 

3,400

1,700

   

15

436

727

1,164

 

20

M12

 

4,710

9,310

PCF 350-C3

   

10,200

 

3,400

1,700

   

21

434

724

1,158

 

28

M12

 

7,000

13,900

PCF 350-C4

   

13,600

 

3,400

1,700

   

27

436

727

1,163

 

36

M12

 

9,400

18,600

PCF 400-C1

   

3,600

 

3,600

1,800

   

9

478

797

1,275

 

12

M12

 

2,600

5,100

PCF 400-C2

   

7,200

 

3,600

1,800

   

15

473

789

1,263

 

20

M12

 

5,100

10,100

PCF 400-C3

   

10,800

 

3,600

1,800

   

21

472

786

1,258

 

28

M12

 

7,600

15,100

PCF 400-C4

   

14,400

 

3,600

1,800

   

27

471

785

1,256

 

36

M12

 

10,100

20,100

PCF 500-C1

   

4,000

 

4,000

2,000

   

9

572

953

1,525

 

12

M12

 

2,900

6,100

PCF 500-C2

   

8,000

 

4,000

2,000

   

15

567

945

1,513

 

20

M12

 

5,700

12,100

PCF 500-C3

   

12,000

 

4,000

2,000

   

21

566

943

1,508

 

28

M12

 

8,500

18,100

PCF 500-C4

   

16,000

 

4,000

2,000

   

27

565

941

1,506

 

36

M12

 

11,300

24,100

NOTES:

1. FOUNDATION SHOULD BE DESIGNED TO CATER THE OPERATING WEIGHT OF THE COOLING TOWER.

 

2. ALL FOUNDATIONS REQUIRED TO BE LEVELLED WITHIN ±3 mm TOLERANCE AND PROVIDED WITH POCKETS FOR ANCHOR BOLTS.

 
   

3. FOUNDATION HEIGHT INDICATED IS MINIMUM REQUIREMENT. INCREASE THE HIGHT IF NECESSARY TO SUIT PIPING INSTALLATION.

 

4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.

 

PCF SERIES

CONCRETE BASIN LAYOUT

PCF SERIES CONCRETE BASIN LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 250 TO PCF 500

CONCRETE BASIN DIMENSION Tower Center Distance Between Supports (mm) Loading Point Loading Data (KGS) Anchor
CONCRETE BASIN DIMENSION
Tower
Center Distance Between Supports (mm) Loading Point
Loading Data (KGS)
Anchor Bolts
Tower Weight (KGS)
Model
L1
L2
L3
Quantity
Loading @ A
Loading @ B Loading @ C
Quantity
Size
Shipping
Operating
PCF 250-C1
2,800
2,800
1,400
9
197
328
525
12
M12
1,700
2,100
PCF 250-C2
5,600
2,800
1,400
15
197
328
525
20
M12
3,400
4,200
PCF 250-C3
8,400
2,800
1,400
21
194
323
517
28
M12
5,000
6,200
PCF 250-C4
11,200
2,800
1,400
27
192
320
513
36
M12
6,600
8,200
PCF 300-C1
3,200
3,200
1,600
9
244
406
650
12
M12
2,000
2,600
PCF 300-C2
6,400
3,200
1,600
15
239
398
638
20
M12
3,900
5,100
PCF 300-C3
9,600
3,200
1,600
21
241
401
642
28
M12
5,900
7,700
PCF 300-C4
12,800
3,200
1,600
27
239
398
638
36
M12
7,800
10,200
PCF 350-C1
3,400
3,400
1,700
9
272
453
725
12
M12
2,200
2,900
PCF 350-C2
6,800
3,400
1,700
15
267
445
713
20
M12
4,300
5,700
PCF 350-C3
10,200
3,400
1,700
21
269
448
717
28
M12
6,500
8,600
PCF 350-C4
13,600
3,400
1,700
27
267
445
713
36
M12
8,600
11,400
PCF 400-C1
3,600
3,600
1,800
9
300
500
800
12
M12
2,400
3,200
PCF 400-C2
7,200
3,600
1,800
15
295
492
788
20
M12
4,700
6,300
PCF 400-C3
10,800
3,600
1,800
21
294
490
783
28
M12
7,000
9,400
PCF 400-C4
14,400
3,600
1,800
27
295
492
788
36
M12
9,400
12,600
PCF 500-C1
4,000
4,000
2,000
9
347
578
925
12
M12
2,700
3,700
PCF 500-C2
8,000
4,000
2,000
15
342
570
913
20
M12
5,300
7,300
PCF 500-C3
12,000
4,000
2,000
21
341
568
908
28
M12
7,900
10,900
PCF 500-C4
16,000
4,000
2,000
27
340
566
906
36
M12
10,500
14,500
NOTES:
1. FOUNDATION SHOULD BE DESIGNED TO CATER THE OPERATING WEIGHT OF THE COOLING TOWER.
2. ALL FOUNDATIONS REQUIRED TO BE LEVELLED WITHIN ±3 mm TOLERANCE AND PROVIDED WITH POCKETS FOR ANCHOR BOLTS.
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING 4 CELLS CONFIGURATION, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSIONS.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.
PCF SERIES GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

PCF SERIES

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 600 TO PCF 1000

ENGINEERING DATA Tower Capacity Heat Load Flow Rate Tower Dimension (mm) Motor Size Fan Size
ENGINEERING DATA
Tower
Capacity
Heat Load
Flow Rate
Tower Dimension (mm)
Motor Size
Fan Size
Air Volume
Inlet/Outlet
Pump Head
Model
RT
Kcal / hour
m 3 / hour
Length, L
Width, W
Height, H1
Height, H2
Kw
mm
M 3 /Min.
Pipe Size
M
PCF 600-C1
600
2,340,000
468
4,540
4,540
5,860
5,060
15.00
2,745
3,064
10
4.7
PCF 600-C2
1,200
4,680,000
936
9,040
4,540
6,080
5,280
15.0
X 2
2,745
3,064
10
4.9
PCF 600-C3
1,800
7,020,000
1,404
13,540
4,540
6,530
5,730
15.0
X 3
2,745
3,064
10
5.3
PCF 600-C4
2,400
9,360,000
1,872
18,040
4,540
6,530
5,730
15.0
X 4
2,745
3,064
10
5.3
PCF 700-C1
700
2,730,000
546
4,840
4,840
5,860
5,060
18.50
2,745
3,574
10
4.7
PCF 700-C2
1,400
5,460,000
1,092
9,640
4,840
6,080
5,280
18.5
X 2
2,745
3,574
10
4.9
PCF 700-C3
2,100
8,190,000
1,638
14,440
4,840
6,530
5,730
18.5
X 3
2,745
3,574
10
5.2
PCF 700-C4
2,800
10,920,000
2,184
19,240
4,840
6,530
5,730
18.5
X 4
2,745
3,574
10
5.2
PCF 800-C1
800
3,120,000
624
5,140
5,140
5,870
5,070
18.50
3,050
4,085
10
4.7
PCF 800-C2
1,600
6,240,000
1,248
10,240
5,140
6,120
5,320
18.5
X 2
3,050
4,085
10
5.0
PCF 800-C3
2,400
9,360,000
1,872
15,340
5,140
6,670
5,870
18.5
X 3
3,050
4,085
10
5.5
PCF 800-C4
3,200
12,480,000
2,496
20,440
5,140
6,670
5,870
18.5
X 4
3,050
4,085
10
5.5
PCF 900-C1
900
3,510,000
702
5,440
5,440
5,940
5,140
22.50
3,350
4,596
12
4.8
PCF 900-C2
1,800
7,020,000
1,404
10,840
5,440
6,120
5,410
22.5
X 2
3,350
4,596
12
5.1
PCF 900-C3
2,700
10,530,000
2,106
16,240
5,440
6,750
5,950
22.5
X 3
3,350
4,596
12
5.6
PCF 900-C4
3,600
14,040,000
2,808
21,640
5,440
6,750
5,950
22.5
X 4
3,350
4,596
12
5.6
PCF 1000-C1
1,000
3,900,000
780
5,740
5,740
5,980
5,180
22.50
3,350
5,106
12
4.8
PCF 1000-C2
2,000
7,800,000
1,560
11,440
5,740
6,270
5,470
22.5
X 2
3,350
5,106
12
5.1
PCF 1000-C3
3,000
11,700,000
2,340
17,140
5,740
6,840
6,040
22.5
X 3
3,350
5,106
12
5.7
PCF 1000-C4
4,000
15,600,000
3,120
22,840
5,740
6,840
6,040
22.5
X 4
3,350
5,106
12
5.7
NOTES:
1. THE LAST DIGIT OF THE MODEL NUMBER DENOTES NUMBER OF CELLS. CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER CONFIGURATION EXCEEDING 4 CELLS.
2. PROVIDE SPACE SURROUNDING THE COOLING TOWER FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE ACCESS. AVOID LOCATION TOO NEAR ANY VERTICAL OBSTRUCTIONS.
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING CONFIGURATIONS NOT SHOWN, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSION DRAWINGS.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.

PCF SERIES

EXTERNAL PIPING LAYOUT

PCF SERIES EXTERNAL PIPING LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 600 TO PCF 1000

EXTERNAL PIPING DATA Tower Piping Connection Size (mm) NB @ Cold Water Basin Vertical Height
EXTERNAL PIPING DATA
Tower
Piping Connection Size (mm) NB @ Cold Water Basin
Vertical Height (mm)
Horizontal Distance (mm)
Model
Inlet
Outlet
Auto Make-up
Quick Fill
Over Flow
Drain
R1 @ Inlet
R2 @ Inlet
D @ Outlet
L1
L2
L3
PCF 600-C1
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,150
2,350
250
2,250
4,500
2,250
PCF 600-C2
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,370
2,570
250
2,250
4,500
2,250
PCF 600-C3
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,820
3,020
250
2,250
4,500
2,250
PCF 600-C4
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,820
3,020
250
2,250
4,500
2,250
PCF 700-C1
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,200
2,400
250
2,400
4,800
2,400
PCF 700-C2
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,430
2,630
250
2,400
4,800
2,400
PCF 700-C3
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,680
2,880
250
2,400
4,800
2,400
PCF 700-C4
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,680
2,880
250
2,400
4,800
2,400
PCF 800-C1
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,240
2,440
250
2,550
5,100
2,550
PCF 800-C2
250
250
50
50
100
100
3,490
2,690
250
2,550
5,100
2,550
PCF 800-C3
250
250
50
50
100
100
4,000
3,200
250
2,550
5,100
2,550
PCF 800-C4
250
250
50
50
100
100
4,000
3,200
250
2,550
5,100
2,550
PCF 900-C1
300
300
50
50
100
100
3,280
2,480
250
2,700
5,400
2,700
PCF 900-C2
300
300
50
50
100
100
3,550
2,750
250
2,700
5,400
2,700
PCF 900-C3
300
300
50
50
100
100
4,090
3,290
250
2,700
5,400
2,700
PCF 900-C4
300
300
50
50
100
100
4,090
3,290
250
2,700
5,400
2,700
PCF 1000-C1
300
300
50
50
100
100
3,330
2,530
250
2,850
5,700
2,850
PCF 1000-C2
300
300
50
50
100
100
3,610
2,810
250
2,850
5,700
2,850
PCF 1000-C3
300
300
50
50
100
100
4,180
3,380
250
2,850
5,700
2,850
PCF 1000-C4
300
300
50
50
100
100
4,180
3,380
250
2,850
5,700
2,850
NOTES:
1. ALL INLET AND OUTLET CONNECTIONS SHALL BE FLANGED TO JIS 10K AS STANDARD.
2. CUSTOMER TO PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY EXTERNAL PIPE SUPPORTS FOR ALL INTER-CONNECTING WATER PIPES.
3. FOR COOLING TOWERS EXCEEDING 4 CELLS CONFIGURATION, CONSULT PANWATER FOR TOWER LAYOUT AND FOUNDATION DIMENSIONS.
4. PANWATER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT.
PCF SERIES TOWER FOUNDATION & LAYOUT

PCF SERIES

TOWER FOUNDATION & LAYOUT

MODEL PCF 600 TO PCF 1000

 
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
            TOWER FOUNDATION DIMENSION   Tower   Center Distance Between