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Making Sense of Low Condensing Refrigeration — Webinar Wrap-Up

We recently hosted the second installment of our educational Making Sense webinar series. Judging from the large number of attendees (146 during the live event), the subject of low condensing refrigeration is one that is top of mind for many professionals in our industry today.

Overall, we’ve been extremely pleased with the level of participation we’ve seen since launching the webinar series earlier this summer, and are excited to bring other relevant industry topics to the forefront. So far, more than 250 attendees have participated in our first two webinars, and there are more than 120 who have viewed the archives online.

If you’re new to our Making Sense webinars series, our objective is to help refrigeration professionals stay informed of the latest trends that are shaping the industry. In our first webinar, we helped you make sense of the promising role of new refrigerants through our discussion of mid-point vs. dew-point. Most recently, we explored innovations in energy-reduction technologies by taking a closer look at the potential of low condensing refrigeration.

Our next webinar will show retailers how to improve operational visibility using compressor electronics data. Join us on September 17 at 2 p.m. EDT for an introduction of the fundamentals of Emerson’s CoreSense™ technology and a discussion of how to leverage this valuable data. This free webinar will demonstrate how simple data analytics can uncover opportunities to enhance the performance of your HVAC and refrigeration systems.

We know that many of you have registered for one of our webinars, but for whatever reason have been unable to participate in a live event. That’s why we’ve also made our webinars available online via our website, so you can view them on-demand at your convenience.

For more information and to register now for our next webinar, visit our website at


Craig Raney
Director of Marketing, Refrigeration
Emerson Climate Technologies

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  1. Andrew Laurice #

    I missed the last webinar but am looking forward to the next.

    Andrew Laurice

    March 3, 2014

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