BAC to showcase innovative modular cooling solutions.

Jessup, MD – Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC), the global leader in modular factory assembled evaporative cooling equipment, will showcase its broad range of cutting-edge, high performance cooling equipment for the power industry at POWERGEN International in Dallas, TX from January 26-28, 2022. Stop by booth #3945 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center to learn more about BAC’s high-capacity Series 3000 Cooling Tower, high-efficiency FXV Closed Circuit Cooling Tower, and innovative HXV Hybrid Cooler that optimizes the balance of water and energy savings.

BAC’s modular, factory-assembled cooling equipment provides the highest reliability and ease of maintenance, minimizing both unplanned and planned downtime. Its customizable, modular designs are also quicker to design, manufacture and install compared to field erected solutions.

BAC has a track record of developing solutions for gas turbine power plants to reliably handle rising year-round peak demand. With flexible configuration options and an inherently compact footprint, BAC’s modular products perform effectively with turbine inlet cooling systems, to allow plants to increase capacity by 10%.

BAC’s expertise, experience, and proven installations throughout power generation and industrial process industries make BAC the optimal choice for the most challenging applications and environments. For more information, visit

With over 80 years of industry-leading innovation and experience, BAC creates cutting-edge cooling equipment for the HVAC, Industrial, and Refrigeration marketplaces. We solve customers’ unique needs with our expertise and wide range of high-performance systems. BAC leverages the power of evaporative cooling by optimizing the balance of water and energy, but the true BAC difference lies in our absolute commitment to creating sustainable solutions and delivering value to our customers. For more information about Baltimore Aircoil Company, visit

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