Water Systems with Dry Air Coolers

Water Systems with Dry Air Coolers (DAC) cut both operating and maintenance costs and are easy to install and maintain. One major benefit to these systems is that they operate with zero water discharge.


Inductotherm México

Industria Siderúrgica No. 2036 | Parque Industrial Ramos Arizpe
25900, Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, México


Water Systems with Dry Air Coolers typically consist primarily of a pump, hydronic tank, deionizer and an outdoor mounted water-to-air heat exchanger. The closed-loop, air-cooled design is a simple recirculating system which provides excellent, year-round cooling for Inductotherm equipment and in climates where the dry bulb is at or below 100ᵒF (38ᵒC). A trim-cooler option is available for hotter climates that may occasionally exceed the limitations of a standard dry air cooler. Another great option offered by Inductotherm is our fan cycling package. This upgrade allows only as many fans as is required to operate during given conditions to reduce your overall power consumption. By converting to a water-saving system, such as a dry air cooler, external water requirements can be reduced significantly. This will reduce melt shop operating costs and address environmental concerns associated with water usage.

Tech Specs

Standard Features Zero Water Discharge
No Condensation Problems When Used with a Diversion Valve
Minimum Corrosion, Scaling and Electrolysis
Low Maintenance Costs
No Coolant Contamination
Completely Closed-Loop Pressurized Circuit
Air-Cooled Design
Reliable Year-Round Cooling
Emergency Cooling Capacity During Power Failures
Abnormal Temperature Protection
Audible and Visible Alarms
Optional Features Trim Coolers for Additional Capacity
Full-Access Water Pumping Modules
Fan Cycling Controls for Reduced Power Usage
Factory Tested Critical Components