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Turbine Inlet Cooling, Everest Sciences

Everest Sciences: Solutions for Turbine Inlet Cooling

Technical Brochure and Registered Member Content Hot days can dramatically reduce the capacity of both gas turbine driven components and industrial air compressors. This loss of capacity reduces throughput and ultimately revenues. Everest Sciences® cooling systems eliminate the negative weather effects, maintaining the overall facility’s production and revenue. The speed of installation and lower capital costs deliver greater economic returns. Everest Sciences’ modular solutions are designed around our patented Everest Cycle®, and using a hybrid indirect evaporative heat extraction process which does not add water to the inlet air, our systems deliver colder air while using less power to than traditional refrigeration systems.

Your bottom line will benefit from Everest Sciences innovative, packaged cooling systems. Facility owners have been reaping these benefits since 2007. Every day you wait means more dollars lost.

ECOCool-ECOChill-HYDRO-FLEXCool

"Turbine Inlet Cooling with Indirect Evaporation:
With Greater Density Comes More Power"

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"Everest Sciences sells ECOChill cooling units to Kinder Morgan"
- Tulsa World
March 2014

PRESS RELEASE: "Everest Sciences Announces Order from Kinder Morgan, Inc"
- Market Wired
March 2014
PRESS RELEASE: Everest Sciences Announces New CleanChill™ Filterhouse Solution
August 13, 2013
Eastern Gas Compression Roundtable
May 19-21, 2014
Pittsburgh, PA
Gas Pipeline Operators Sector
Everest Sciences presents a technical paper on TIC for Pipeline optimization.
SynGas 2015
April, 20-22, 2015
Tulsa, OK
Chemical Processing Sector
Booth #15
Everest Sciences exhibits its leading-edge solution for de-bottlenecking the air machine/compressor at plants which make ammonia, nitric acid and ammonium nitrate.
Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference
January 27-29, 2015
Pittsburgh, PA
Oil & Gas Sector
Booth #528
Everest Sciences exhibits at and sponsors this leading Midstream conference, on the doorstep of the prolific Marcellus-Utica Shale Play.