Article Discussing WSAC Systems Featured In Power Magazine September 2008 Issue

(Buffalo, NY) An article about Niagara Blower closed-loop, evaporative WSAC fluid coolers and vapor condensers is featured in the September 2008 issue of POWER Magazine. This article discusses Wet Surface Air Cooler technology as efficient and water conserving.

These systems combine elements of a tubular heat exchanger and cooling tower in a single structure and are a cost-effective heat transfer technology providing lower outlet temperatures and requiring less space and HP. The WSAC cooler/condenser can also use poor quality water as spray makeup. Each WSAC system is custom designed to fit a specific heat transfer application. Design parameters are based on customer specifications for input and output temperatures as well as average weather conditions.

All WSAC units are tailored to meet the unique needs of the most demanding applications in the world. Niagara WSAC coolers and condensers vary in size from smaller packaged skidded to large field-erected units.

Niagara Blower is a design-build manufacturer providing engineered solutions to heat transfer applications at power, process, refinery, food and brewing facilities worldwide since 1904. Niagara's customized product lines include WSAC closed-loop, evaporative coolers and condensers and "No-Frost"® liquid desiccant dehumidification systems. For more information, contact Niagara by phone at 716-875-2000, by email at, or visit


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