Air-conditioning: Kuala Lumpur University

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 2016

The rainwater feeds the cooling towers of the university. Rainwater leaves no residue (mineral deposits) as it evaporates and so helps to significantly cut the costs of chemically cleaning the evaporation units (a process that normally has to be carried out at regular intervals).

Rainwater is harvested by siphonic drainage from a 2,200 m² section of roof and conveyed to two WFF 300 vortex fine filters. The filtered water is then stored in a tank with a storage capacity of 350 m³.

Object Data

Roof surface [m²]
2,200
Cistern capacity [m³]
350

Components

Filter

2 x Vortex Fine Filter WFF 300

Usage

Watertype
Rainwater
Waterusage
cooling towers of the university