New Webinar Series: Making Sense of Low Global Warming Potential (GWP) Refrigerants
There’s no doubt that the refrigeration industry is in the throes of transition. While regulations around the globe may be in various states of development, one thing is consistent: sustainable, energy-efficient refrigeration systems are in increasing demand. And though it may be difficult to predict when this transition will officially take effect, it won’t be long before refrigeration systems that utilize the lowest GWP refrigerants available will become the norm, not the exception.
As the industry’s most trusted thought leaders on the subject of low GWP refrigerants, Emerson Climate Technologies is out in front on this important issue, engineering innovations that exploit these emerging alternatives. That’s why we’re pleased to announce a free webinar series that explores the promising role of these new refrigerants.
Our webinar series will kick off with a discussion on the fundamentals and difference between mid-point and dew point, including:
- How to take advantage of refrigerant glide with heat exchanger design
- How to select the right compressor
- How to commission and charge a system using refrigerants with glide
- How to adjust superheat and subcooling with refrigerants with glide
The first webinar takes place on July 16 at 2 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST, and will be led by Rajan Rajendran, vice president of engineering services and sustainability. Rajan is responsible for technical support to OEMs and end users for the company’s refrigeration business. He has considerable knowledge of alternate refrigerants as they pertain to air conditioning, heat pump and refrigeration systems in the United States, Europe and Asia.
Autumn Nicholson will also be providing supporting material for the webinar. As a sales engineer for refrigeration customers, Autumn’s focus is on compressor and refrigeration system energy, and TEWI analysis with emphasis on refrigerant alternatives and/or system architecture.
Learn more about how we’re helping the industry MAKE SENSE of the issues that matter most, and register now by visiting our website at www.emersonclimate.com/makingsensewebinars.
Director of Marketing, Refrigeration
Emerson Climate Technologies