Health care facility adopts plastic cooling towers

November 2007
Snips;Nov2007, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p29
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the effort of the Dosher Memorial Hospital in Southport, North Carolina to replace its galvanized metal cooling towers with plastic cooling towers from Delta Cooling Towers Inc. The towers are essential to the operation of the facility's HVAC system. The plastic towers were chosen because of the salt ocean air that can corrode metal towers. The details on the application and outcome of the effort are discussed.


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