MAC Forced Cooling Plants are designed to increase the carrying capacity of pipe-type cable feeders by cooling the dielectric fluid circulating through feeder cable pipelines.
The cooling loop consists of the feeder, plant inlet and outlet pipelines and the forced cooling plant. The oil absorbs the feeder cable heat while it is being rapidly circulated on the feeder from a pump located inside the forced cooling plant. Heated oil returns to the cooling plant and is cooled by an oil/air heat exchanger. The cooled oil is then returned to the feeder to repeat the cycle.
Forced Cooling and Circulation Plants are custom designed to meet even the most demanding specifications.
Automated and Remote Controlling
Our systems include both automated and remote controls that we design for your individual operating system’s needs.
Circulating and forced cooling plants are the most important systems to maintain highest cable system capacity.