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PCC models generate low sound levels, making them suitable for installation in most environments. To evaluate whether an axial fan unit can be applied on a particular application, follow these steps to minimize the impact of sound on the environment. These suggestions are ordered with regard to the impact they will have on cost.

  • Provide a method of capacity control. Capacity control will allow the fan to run at lower speeds when loads are lighter or the wet-bulb is lower. These lower speeds are often sufficient to provide the scheduled capacity at night, when sound requirements are the most stringent.
  • For PCC models, a low sound fan option or a whisper quiet fan option may be available to significantly reduce the sound levels generated from the unit.
  • For PCC models, water silencers option may be available to reduce the sound levels generated from the unit.
  • Barrier walls can be constructed to prevent sound transmission to sensitive areas.

Contact your local BAC Representative or use our Product Selection software for sound data on PCC Evaporative Condensers.

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