This architectural drawing is Plinth layout plan of cooling tower with detailing. A typical field erected cooling tower has a pultruded fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) structure, FRP cladding, a mechanical unit for air draft, and a drift eliminator. Cooling towers should be located with their small side toward the prevailing wind. The gives both long sides an equal intake of fresh air. Cooling tower approach is the difference in temperature of the water entering the basin (cold) and the wet bulb temperature. For the purpose of tower design, a tower with a smaller approach (small delta between basin water temperature and wet bulb temperature) is considered superior. For more details and information download the drawing file.