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E360 Breakfast at AHR: HVACR Refrigerants & Regulations Discussion

RajanRajendran2 Rajan Rajendran | V.P., System Innovation Center and Sustainability

Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions

Before the doors open at the AHR Expo on February 4, join us at 8 a.m. for an interactive E360 Breakfast discussion on HVACR refrigerants and regulations. You’ll hear about several industry trends to keep your eyes on over the next few years.

E360 Breakfast at AHR: HVACR Refrigerants & Regulations Discussion

Refrigerant regulations are in constant flux, making it extremely difficult to stay current on the latest changes and information. Emerson’s regulation experts, Rajan Rajendran and Jennifer Butsch will highlight some of the latest regulatory updates and refrigerant options to help get you up to speed.

In addition, Emerson’s Ken Monnier will explore several industry trends that could potentially impact you over the next decade.

During this interactive discussion, you’ll have opportunities to ask some of your most pressing questions and share thoughts on measures that attendees might leverage to address today’s challenges.

E360 Breakfast: HVACR Refrigerants & Regulations Discussion

When                                                   Where

Tuesday, February 4                         Orange County Convention Center

8 – 9:30 a.m.                                     Room: W205 (West Concourse), Level II

9800 International Drive

Orlando, FL  32819

Afterward, you’ll be ready to hit the AHR Expo floor. We hope your first stop is the Emerson booth (#2101), where you can take a close look at some of our exciting technologies:

 

  • Copeland™ AWEF compliant condensing units for walk-In coolers and freezers — take energy efficiency regulations out of the equation with condensing units certified to meet AWEF requirements.
  • Copeland Scroll™ Digital Outdoor Refrigeration Unit, X-Line Series learn how precise temperature control and significant energy savings are made possible with latest innovation in variable capacity modulation technology.
  • Copeland™ Modular Indoor Solution — see how our AHR Innovation Award finalist provides an all-in-one micro-distributed solution for food retailers, restaurants and convenience stores with display cases and walk-in boxes.
  • Supervisory Controls — learn why retailers large and small rely on this total-facility platform to monitor, optimize and control their refrigeration systems, HVAC, lighting and more.
  • Connect+ Enterprise Management Software — get an inside look at our newest IoT-enabled software suite designed provide advanced operational efficiencies across a multi-site retail network.

Register now to reserve your seat at this informative, idea-filled E360 Breakfast — a great way to start your day at AHR!

 

E360 Breakfast: Regulatory and Contractor Panel Discussion

Ed_McKiernan Ed McKiernan | President, Cold Chain, Electronics & Solutions

Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions

Before the doors open at the AHR Expo on January 15, join us at 8:30 a.m. for our E360 Breakfast. There you’ll get a firsthand regulatory update and gain insights during the contractor panel discussion as your peers share how they’re navigating in today’s ever-changing industry.

Because the regulatory world is dynamic, it can sometimes be challenging to stay current on the latest information. Jennifer Butsch, Emerson’s regulatory affairs manager, will highlight some of the latest regulations to help ensure you’re up to speed.

Then you’ll have the opportunity to gain perspective from the contractor panel discussion, which will be moderated by Talbot Gee, CEO of HARDI. We’ll explore how others are handling today’s challenging issues, evaluate new ideas and emerging technologies, and conclude with a Q&A session where you can pose some of your most pressing questions.


Afterward, you’ll be ready to hit the AHR Expo floor. We hope your first stop is the Emerson booth (#B2219), where you can take a close look at some of our exciting technologies:

  • Copeland Scroll™ Fractional Horsepower, Low-temperature Compressor — the AHR Innovation Award winner uses new liquid-injection and cooling discharge technologies to reduce compressor stress, meet federal regulatory requirements, and help achieve energy and sustainability goals without sacrificing productivity or efficiency
  • Emerson’s Supervisory Controls — an AHR Building Automation Award finalist, this total-facility platform helps retailers large and small monitor, optimize and control their refrigeration systems, HVAC, lighting and more
  • Copeland Outdoor Refrigeration Unit (X-Line) — see how leading retailers are saving space, improving efficiencies and reducing noise, rather than using self-contained or rack refrigeration systems
  • ProAct™ Software and Services — combine smart mobile alert software with ProAct service experts for continuous monitoring, full-time support and consulting
  • Copeland Scroll K5 Compressors — learn more about this family of digital and analog compressors that apply liquid and vapor injection for superior efficiency
  • Connect+ Software — see the unveiling of our newest software suite designed to utilize IoT to provide advanced operational efficiencies across a multi-site retail network

Register now to reserve your seat at this informative, idea-filled E360 Breakfast — a great way to start your day at AHR!

 

Copeland Scroll™ and Supervisory Controls Come out on Top

Phil Moeller | Vice President – Product Management, Refrigeration
Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions

The 2019 AHR Expo (International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition) Innovation Awards winners have been announced, with Emerson taking home the hardware for its Copeland Scroll fractional-horsepower, low-temperature compressor in the Refrigeration category. Emerson’s Supervisory Controls were also recognized as finalists in the Building Automation category.

Copeland Scroll

Winners of the AHR Expo Innovation Awards were selected by a panel of third-party American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) member judges who evaluate all award entries based on innovative design, creativity, application, value and market impact. Award entry fees are donated to an organization in need of HVACR repairs, upgrades or installations, giving all competitors something to root for, whether they win or lose.

The Copeland Scroll fractional-horsepower, low-temperature compressors utilize liquid-injection technology and cooling discharge temperatures to help reduce compressor stress and meet federal regulatory requirements. Ensuring compliance with EPA and DOE regulations and granting compatibility with environmentally conscious refrigerants allow facility managers to meet energy and sustainability goals while simultaneously lowering their collective footprint without having to sacrifice productivity or efficiency.

The Supervisory Controls platform provides building and system management, control, power and simplified operation for refrigeration, HVAC, lighting and more. By collecting, analyzing, reporting and communicating performance history and metrics like energy usage, HVAC discharge and space temperatures, facility managers can quickly respond to issues that may impact customer experiences, food safety and operating costs — all from the convenience of their desktop computers or mobile devices.

Both products are geared toward helping customers stay ahead of the curve and adapt their operations in a rapidly changing industry without having to completely overhaul their operating structures and systems. High-efficiency equipment like the Copeland Scroll fractional-horsepower, low-temperature compressor and supervisory controls can help improve operations, mitigate risk, save money and further sustainability efforts.

Emerson will continue to develop new products to meet customer needs and strive to refine current products to help customers realize their most optimized and reliable operations to date, while still addressing compliance concerns and sustainability goals. Emerson is honored to be recognized by the AHR Expo panel of judges for our work and want to congratulate the other winners and finalists.

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