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Cooling Tower Model, Induced Draft



Product Dimensions
(L x W x H)
15in. x 20in. x 12in. (380 x 500 x 300 mm)
35lbs. (11kg)

Shipping Dimensions
60 lbs. (27 kg).


Exact "to-scale" construction throughout.
Primary shell fabricated from gray ABS and clear acrylic, allowing view of internal components.
Exterior detail including fan stack, fan drive motor, air inlet louvers, hot water inlet and cold water outlet pipes, steel structural supports, corrugated siding, handrails, ladders, and access door. Tower size of 11" x 16" x 12".
Interior detail including representative fan with reducing gear, distribution basin, "fill" drift (mist) eliminators, and cold water basin with sump.
Durable PVC baseplate with provision for tabletop mounting, and mounting on related DAC display products.
Packaging for shipment via Parcel Service or motor freight.




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•  No dedicated courseware provided.




A highly-detailed scale model of a common open circuit, induced draft, cooling tower, supporting training in the operation and maintenance of cooling towers, as found in utility systems within both industrial facilities and commercial installations.

Based on common cooling tower designs similar to those manufactured by Baltimore Aircoil Company, Marley, and others, the product is a complete "to-scale" replication of common cooling tower in use today. Based on a basic opencircuit, induced draft design, the model includes detailing of primary internal components, visible through a transparent acrylic wall and side louvers.

This teaching aid complements training courses in industrial utility systems, refinery operations, and building maintenance.


Detailed educational scale models can be fragile by nature. DAC assumes NO liability for damage due to mishandling, misuse, or acts of fate.
In accordance with DAC’s established policy of continuous improvement, these specifications and product descriptions are subject to change without notice. This information is the latest technical information as of the time of viewing or printing.