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Best Practices for Evaluating Compressor System Performance — Making Sense Webinar

To help select the proper refrigeration equipment in specific applications, many commercial retailers today are closely monitoring their compressor systems for valuable performance data. One way this is possible is through the use of software that calculates performance in a variety of scenarios. Whether through conducting annual energy analyses or evaluating efficiencies based on geographic locations, retailers are using the power of software tools to improve visibility across their operations.

In our next installment of the Making Sense webinar series, we’ll take a closer look at this subject and discuss the best practices for evaluating compressor system performance. We’ll explore the following key concepts:

  • Comparison of compressor and evaporator capacities
  • Mid-point and dew point compressor selections
  • Difference between Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) and Annual Energy Efficiency Ratio (AEER)

And, you’ll learn how to use software to improve a variety of operations, planning and analysis activities, including:

  • Equipment planning and selection
  • Calculate annual compressor performance
  • Conduct energy analyses
  • Evaluate compressor performance in specific geographic locations

You’ll find there are many ways that compressor system performance data can help you improve operational visibility.

Presenters
Our second webinar in the “Operational Visibility” category will be presented by Emerson Climate’s own Mike Saunders and Autumn Nicholson. Mike is the director of end user technical sales and support and has more than 18 years of experience in refrigeration product development. As a senior sales engineer, Autumn’s an expert on compressor and refrigeration system energy and Total Equivalent Warming Impact (TEWI) analysis, with a focus on refrigeration alternatives and system architecture.

Join us on March 11 at 2 p.m. EDT to learn the best practices for evaluating compressor system performance. Register now by visiting our website at www.emersonclimate.com/makingsensewebinars. While you’re there, be sure to check out the archives of other Making Sense webinars — it’s how we’re helping the refrigeration industry MAKE SENSE of the issues that matter most.

Craig Raney
Director of Marketing, Refrigeration
Emerson Climate Technologies

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