Easy accessibility. Completely removable walls for easy and total access to the internal components.
Certificated perfomances. K12 version with certified performance, primarily for the HVAC industry.
Limited noise levels. Sound reducing solutions on customer request.
Efficiency and optimal consumption. MITA solutions are selecterd trough advanced software in order to fit the plant characteristics.
Quick pay-back. Pre-selection performed together with the client, based on their project requirement.
Industry 4.0. Possibility of control, monitoring and data collection on company management system.
How it Works
The PME-E open evaporative tower uses the efficient principle of evaporative cooling: the forced evaporation of a small quantity of water causes a drop in the temperature of the main water mass. The corrosion-proof fibreglass sandwich panelling ensures that the equipment is lightweight.
All models are fully pre-assembled in our factory.Ask for Information
- Axial motor-fan with direct coupling, low installed power, low noise levels.
- Support structure in hot dip galvanized steel after fabrication.
- Distribution system in PVC or PP equipped with wide non-clogging PP spray nozzles.
- Fill pack with different kinds of air/water channels, suitable for the use with different water types.
- Certified PP drift eliminators (entrainment 0.01%).
- Tank with sloping base entirely made of fibreglass.
- Capacity: from 860 kW to 2.6MW (indicative capacity referring to a machine, thermal gradient 5°C).
PME-E K12 with Certified Performances
Eurovent Certita Certification (ECC) & Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) together provide the international certification of cooling towers. Performance certification is the basis for end-users, consultants, contractors, manufacturers and government to ensure correct investment in quality products.
Alcune realizzazioni MITA
Having installed many artificial snow plants in the Alps, supplied an open circuit tower for a ski facility in Japan (prefecture of Gunma). The machinery was chosen by Sufag, which handled the engineering and snow production part of the plant.Learn More