Indiana State University

Delta Cooling Towers was recently featured in RSES Journal E-News Letter online.....  Perhaps more than many other industries, today’s universities and colleges are beset by dramatically rising costs on every front. One of the areas where overhead can be contained or reduced is in the operation of the chilled-water systems that support air-conditioning throughout college campuses, specifically the cooling towers. Like many institutional, office and processing facilities, some colleges are upgrading their cooling towers from the outmoded designs constructed with galvanized steel-sheeted shells to models that are based on shells constructed of engineered plastics. These newer designs, particularly those constructed with seamless, high-density polyethylene shells, require much less maintenance, are more energy efficient, and often virtually eliminate costly downtime. In a recent case, Indiana State University began installing the engineered plastic cooling towers at its 190-acre main campus located near the center of Terre Haute, IN. ISU residences, academic centers, labs, and recreational and sports facilities are situated in a park-like community that is separate from the rest of the city and maintains an impressive infrastructure of its own. Several new cooling towers manufactured by Delta Cooling Towers Inc. have been installed or are planned to support the central and satellite chilled-water systems that supply the campus’s many academic, student and research facilities..... To read the full article, click here:

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