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Past Webinars

Presented by Optimized Thermal Systems

Thursday April 15, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (EDT)‎
 
 
Global emissions and energy efficiency are both pushing the industry to use refrigerants with lower ‎global warming potential (GWP). This includes both natural refrigerants, such as ammonia, carbon ‎dioxide and propane, as well as new synthetic alternatives. There are challenges in switching to a new ‎fluid, particularly if it has significantly different operating pressures or is considered flammable. Join us ‎in this webinar to explore design considerations for the transition to alternative refrigerants.‎
 

Presented by Optimized Thermal Systems

Speakers: Yoram Shabtay and Darren Key

Moderator: Dennis Nasuta

January 16, 2021

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Presented by Optimized Thermal Systems

Speaker: Daniel Bacellar
Moderator: Dennis Nasuta
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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Presented by Optimized Thermal Systems in partnership with Burr OAK Tool Inc. and Heat Transfer Technologies

Speakers: Rocky Smith & Yoram Shabtay
Moderator: Daniel Bacellar
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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Presented by Optimized Thermal Systems

Speaker: Daniel Bacellar
Moderator: Dennis Nasuta
Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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Presented by RSES
Sponsored by the Copper Development Association
Speaker: John Hipchen, President, Exel Consulting Group
Moderator: Lori Schiavo, Editor, RSES Journal

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Presented by Burr OAK Tool Inc.
Sponsored by Appliance Design magazine and the Copper Alliance.

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Presented by THE NEWS and Appliance Design.
Speakers: John Hipchen, President, Exel Consulting Group; and Matt Holland, Vice President of Operations, Richmond Division of Super Radiator Coils
Moderator: Kyle Gargaro, Editor in Chief of the ACHR News

MicroGroove technology is here, and now it is being implemented in places that might surprise you.  Although developed initially for the residential market, MicroGroove smaller-diameter copper tubing is also being adopted in larger commercial and industrial applications. The International Copper Association is teaming up with Super Radiator Coils to present a new webinar focused on the use of MicroGroove technology in large coils under demanding conditions. Learn from a leading manufacturer of heat exchangers how smaller-diameter copper MicroGroove tubing can be applied to meet the challenges of efficiency, cost, space and weight.

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Presented by THE NEWS and Appliance Design.
Speaker: John Hipchen, President, Exel Consulting Group

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Presented by THE NEWS and Appliance Design. 
Speaker: John Hipchen, President, Exel Consulting Group

Today's market is challenging manufacturers of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment to increase energy efficiency, use less materials and reduce impact on the environment. The superior heat transfer of smaller-diameter copper tubes with inner grooves is helping manufacturers meet these demands with high-performance compact coils that reduce energy requirements, transfer heat more efficiently and lower costs by using less material while using familiar manufacturing techniques. In this webinar, the advantage of MicroGroove™ technology is clearly demonstrated through data comparisons of products. The webinar will conclude by showing how improved heat transfer results in a system-wide savings of energy and materials.
 

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