Baltimore Air- Coil cooling tower (BAC) – APPLIANCZ VIETNAM JSC
Baltimore Air-coil Cooling Tower
Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC) is a shining example of a successful transition from a small proprietorship to the multimillion-dollar enterprise it is today. The Company was founded in Baltimore, in 1938 by John Engalitcheff, Jr., and has become a worldwide manufacturer and marketer of evaporative heat transfer and ice thermal storage products that conserve resources and respect the environment. These products cool and conserve water and other refrigerants, conserve energy, and reduce global warming.
BAC – Balitimore Aircoil Company is the world’s largest and leading supplier of evaporative heat transfer and thermal energy management equipment. AppliancZ is proud to be exclusive distributor of BAC’s products. We are not only providing high quality products and service but also advanced heat transfer technology that is market focused, energy efficient and lowest environmental impact which exceed customers’ expectation.
AppliancZ VietNam JSC – BAC ‘s Exclusive Distributor
With rich experience in HVAC market, AppliancZ Vietnam is chosen by Baltimore Air-coil to be sole distributor for BAC Cooling Tower (HVAC Market) from 2017. AppliancZ and BAC both believe that we can bring to customer more extra value for projects than a cooling tower.
- Cooling towers provide evaporative for many types of systems and best suited for each project.
- Cooling towers reject heat from water-cooled systems to the atmosphere. Hot water from the system enters the cooling tower and is distributed over the fill (heat transfer surface). Air is induced or forced through the fill, causing a small portion of the water to evaporate. This evaporation removes heat from the remaining water, which is collected in the cold water basin and returned to the system to absorb more heat.
Closed Circuit Cooling Towers:
Closed Circuit Cooling Towers use a clean, closed loop in a highly efficient evaporative heat transfer process to cool water and other process fluids while isolating the process to cool fluid from the outside air steam.