GEA Cooling Towers is among the largest providers of technology in the cooling tower market. It is one of the very few companies to offer all sizes of towers, including modular cooling towers (for smaller processes), field-erected cooling towers for large air conditioning facilities and closed-loop cooling towers.
GEA Cooling Towers has its roots in 1967, when the Dutch company CELBOUW was founded. GEA acquired 50 % of shares in Polacel in 1989, and the rest of its shares, in 1991.
It is a part of the GEA Group, headquartered in Bochum, Germany; a globally successful technology group with more than 250 companies in 50 countries.
GEA Polacel CMDR and CMDI Cooling Tower
GEA Cooling Towers designs, manufactures and maintains cooling towers for HVAC, process and climate cooling.
The Polacel cooling tower concept can process large quantities of water and it has a substantial cooling capacity. The modules are supplied ready to use and they are easy to adjust to cooling requirements and the available space, whether they are used singly or in series. The cooling performance of these cooling towers is optimal and operation is problem free. With a 95%+ saving in water, the efficient CMDR and CMDI systems are the best choice for man and his environment.