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Cooling towers: Baltimore Aircoil

August 12, 2013
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Baltimore-071213-body.jpgBaltimore Aircoil Co., has unveiled its new and improved series 3000 Cooling Towers. The company says the towers have capacity increases of up to 16%, expanded selection flexibility, and reliable year-round operation. There are 31 models available in three new box sizes. The models also meet wind and seismic requirements of the International Building Code. BAC claims that its newest offerings are the most energy efficient open circuit cooling towers available, and provide a solution for all of a variety of application needs.

http://www.BaltimoreAircoil.com

 

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