PVC Plant Freeport, Texas

Cooling Tower Replacement

Project: Shintech Tower Replacement

Industry: Chemical

Location: Freeport, TX

Tower: 3-Cell, Wood Crossflow to Counterflow Fiberglass FRP Conversion

Year: 2015

Counterflow to Crossflow Conversion: Working closely with the owner, ICS demolished an existing and failing Marley 3-cell, wood, crossflow cooling tower and installed a new ICS FRP counter-flow cooling tower with higher capacity in the existing basin. The new tower was up and operating within 22 days to fit within a critical plant outage. ICS closely coordinated with the customer to make certain all project concerns were addressed professionally and to the customer’s satisfaction before mobilization. then perfectly executed upon mobilization. Safety was a major concern of the customer and ICS met and exceeded all expectations with a zero incident completion. ICS is committed to safety in all aspects of our business.

ICS provides our customers with high performance cooling towers designed to meet or exceed project requirements. This crossflow to counterflow conversion required perfect execution in a tight schedule. ICS worked with the engineering team, maintenance and operations team closely to ensure we understood and worked well with the plant rules and requirements yet still completed a complex schedule on time. Ask ICS how we can help you complete your most complex projects safely, on time and on budget.

ICS has completed many crossflow to counterflow conversions with splash to film fill conversions and performance upgrades. Call or email to learn more. ICS works within the existing basin and maximizes performance by optimizing design and materials selections to ensure the right cooling tower for the project and at the right price. Ask how ICS can improve your plant performance by providing more cold water in the same existing basin giving you a quick return on investment (ROI). Marley, GEA, PSI, Hamon, Fluor or other brands, ICS has the expertise to upgrade your cooling tower to gain maximum performance and minimize total cooling tower power savings.

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