Cooling Technology Institute (CTI)
CTI publishes standards for evaporative heat transfer systems (EHTS), cooling towers and cooling technology.
The Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) is a non-profit technical organization that publishes standards, addressing cooling devices that use water as the substrate for cooling. They also embrace other forms of heat transfer equipment when a need arises for the betterment of the industry.
The objective of CTI standards:
- To promote safety of industrial, public and private installations.
- To provide an authoritative statement on a specific subject.
- To reduce the economic losses resulting from poor performance.
- To protect the environment.
- To provide a specific reference that can be used for discussion, purchase, or other interchange between parties.
- To provide a source of consensus information and guidance in the field of heat transfer, namely cooling tower and cooling system performance.
CTI publications are used by local, state and national water authorities; utility and water treatment plants; design/construct firms that build cooling towers and manufacturers/suppliers of materials used in cooling towers. They are also used in any location where there is a need for cooling heated water, such as petroleum refineries, nuclear facilities, petrochemical plants and chemical processing plants.
CTI standards users are typically plant engineers, specifying engineers, facility engineers, etc.
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