Making Sense Webinar Series, Mid-Point vs. Dew Point Wrap Up
Earlier this week, I took part in Emerson Climate’s first webinar in our Making Sense Webinar series. Judging from the quality of content presented, the number of participants in attendance, and the high levels of interactivity that took place, it is clear that our webinar series is off to a tremendous start.
We were fortunate enough to have Gustavo Pottker from Honeywell Research Labs as a co-presenter, as his hands-on, real-world experience was a tremendous complement to our discussion about the fundamentals of mid-point and dew point. If you were unable to attend and would like to hear the discussion that took place, the on demand webinar is now available on our website.
One thing that really stood out for me was how interactive the event turned out to be. We had live tweeting throughout the webinar, attendee polls at various intervals, and a question and answer session after our presentation. All in all, this added a collaborative feel to the webinar and confirmed the educational value that we were hoping to deliver through these complimentary, live events.
Our next webinar will take place on August 20 at 2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT and will address the implementation of low condensing in refrigeration systems, as well as explore the potential that this rarely used method of operation represents. Presenters will be Mike Saunders, director of end user technical sales and support; Mitch Knapke, food retail market manager; and Andre Patenaude from our Canadian office. Through their combined experience, they will re-examine the pros and cons of low condensing refrigeration and inform attendees what energy savings can be achieved.
Learn more about how we’re helping the industry MAKE SENSE of the issues that matter most, and register for our next complimentary webinar by visiting our website at: www.emersonclimate.com/makingsensewebinars.
View the on-demand version of the Mid-Point vs Dew Point webinar.
Rajan Rajendran, Ph.D
Vice President, Engineering Services and Sustainability
Emerson Climate Technologies