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It is often necessary to determine the volume of water held in a cooling system so that appropriate concentrations of corrosion inhibitor and/or glycol can be added. The volume of water in your system is determined by adding the volume of water in your pipes, tanks, cooling equipment, and your process equipment. At your request, Dry Coolers can provide the cooling equipment volumes.
The following table may be used as a guide for determining the volume within pipes.
SYSTEM VOLUME CALCULATIONS:
Volume in Piping
Volume in Tanks
Volume in Equipment
TOTAL VOLUME (GAL)
Source: Dry Coolers