August 25, 2021 @ 1 PM CST
Critical Thermal & Hydraulic Load Analysis for Proper Cooling System Selection
Learn about the multi-faceted, critical factors that need to be considered when selecting proper process cooling equipment and systems. Subjects include optimum flow, pressure and temperature control, based on the precise injection molding parameters for each product. Also covered will be the importance of clean water and the severe consequences of contaminated cooling water, as well as new developments in energy data capture.
Our Guest Speakers –
Dan started at Frigel North America in 2008 after receiving his Mechanical Engineering degree from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. His first position was as an Inside Sales Engineer, responsible for equipment sizing, selections, quotations and system engineering drawings. In 2013, he transitioned to outside sales and, in 2015, was promoted to Regional Manager. In March of 2013, he received his Certified Energy Manager (C.E.M.) designation after 40 hours of classes with the Association of Energy Engineering (AEE). As such, he became versed in energy calculations in industrial and commercial environments. Dan loves outdoor activities, including downhill skiing, boating and water skiing, and has also become proficient in home brewing beer.
Regional Sales Manager,