FRP Cooling Tower
FRP Cooling Tower facilities such as power plants, steel processing plants, petroleum refineries, or petrochemical plants usually install field erected type
cooling towers due to their greater capacity for heat rejection. Field erected towers are usually much larger in size compared to the
package type cooling towers.
FRP Cooling Tower is typical field erected cooling tower has a pultruded fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) structure, FRP cladding, a mechanical unit for air draft, drift eliminator, and fill. A common structural material for smaller cooling towers, fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) is known for its high corrosion-resistance capabilities. Pultuded FRP is produced using pultrusion technology, and has become the most common structural material for small cooling towers. It offers lower costs and requires less maintenance compared to reinforced concrete, which is still in use for large structures.