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HVAC cooling tower A newly introduced cooling tower for building heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) has both its structural casing and fill made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) resin that contains additives designed to prevent the growth of microorganisms and formation of biofilms within the cooling tower. The anti-microbial HDPE cooling tower was recently introduced by Delta Cooling Towers Inc. (Roxbury Township, N.J.; www.deltacooling.com) to address concerns over pathogenic microbes, such as the bacteria species that causes Legionnaire’s disease. Under certain conditions, the bacteria can be incubated and spread by water systems. The cooling tower’s design also avoids stagnant water areas, where microorganisms can grow, the company says.
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