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10/12/2017 3:21 AM

Hello to all,

I need L/P calculations for frp cooling tower,so give one example

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Re: L/G

10/12/2017 8:16 AM

Do your own homework

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Re: L/G

10/12/2017 10:32 AM

Abbreviation City, Arizona.

Please define TLAs before using them. The forum needs to sort these out first.

<...L/G...>?

<...L/P...>?

Can readers safely assume that <...frp...> means "fibre-reinforced polyester"?

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Re: L/G

10/13/2017 10:18 AM

frp = fiber glass reinforced plastic

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10/12/2017 11:13 AM
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10/12/2017 11:42 AM
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Re: L/G

10/12/2017 1:39 PM

You cannot place a fan on top of an FRP tower where the L/P rating is exceeded.

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