Heating and cooling applications are experiencing a rapid transformation. Demands for greater energy efficiency, the transition to low-GWP refrigerants, and other sustainability drivers are creating all new challenges. But Alfa Laval can help. From industrial heating and cooling to commercial refrigeration and residential duties, we have experience to meet the changes impacting your operation. Join our subject experts for the first ever webinar series devoted to the latest trends – and solutions – shaping our industry. We’ll go topic-by-topic with six short talks, giving you unique knowledge on today’s biggest issues. Take part live – or watch on-demand after according to your schedule!
Sustainable data centers with efficient heat transfer
Efficient cooling is a large contributor for enabling more sustainable data center operations. And efficient heat transfer is the key to making it possible. In this webinar, our industry experts Anna Blomborg and Rolf Jönsson explain how our market-leading plate heat exchanger technologies can help data centers reach sustainability targets on a number of metrics. These include power usage effectiveness (PUE), carbon usage effectiveness (CUE), water usage effectiveness (WUE) and energy reuse effectiveness (ERE).
Driving innovation for natural refrigerants
Recorded 30 March, 2021
Take advantage of a rare opportunity to gain practical knowledge from two of the industry’s most knowledgeable professionals. Together, Tommy Ångbäck (Sales Director Refrigeration, Alfa Laval Gasketed Plate Heat Exchangers) and Alessio Fadini (Application Product Specialist, Alfa Laval Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers) bring decades of combined experience with natural refrigerant solutions. In this webinar, filmed as part of the ATMO 2021 virtual trade show, they explore some of the latest innovations enabling more sustainable heating and cooling.
Building a sustainable future
In this panel discussion, Alfa Laval specialists Tommy Ångbäck and Matteo Munari will discuss with Michael Garry, Editor in Chief working for Shecco. Together they will take a broader look at the overall trends in natural refrigerants. They will review some of the technologies examined in previous seminars in order to paint a more comprehensive picture about where we are heading and what it will take to build a long-term sustainable framework for the future.
Exhaust gas heat recovery
Rising energy prices are a major challenge for many industries, and energy efficiency is becoming a crucial success factor. The good news is that many plants have a considerable unexploited potential for energy savings by recovering exhaust- or process flue gas and, as an added bonus, reduce CO2 emissions. Join our webinar to learn about exhaust gas heat recovery using modern compact heat exchanger technologies.
Safer tap water
Limiting heavy metal contamination in drinking water is critical for public health and, increasingly, required by law in many jurisdictions. Unfortunately, some equipment used in tap and warm water applications today leak traces of nickel and copper into water supplies over time. Hear from Alfa Laval heat exchanger specialist Roman Rathsack about new stainless steel technologies that are helping to solve these challenges.
Industrial ammonia heat pumps
As a refrigerant, ammonia offers a new, cost-efficient way to increase sustainability in heating and cooling. However, the high pressure demands of ammonia/CO2 cascade systems also create new technical challenges. Alfa Laval’s Tommy Ångbäck is one of the foremost authorities on the topic of semi-welded heat exchangers. In this webinar, he’ll cover the new technologies available for ammonia heat pump designs.
Heat pumps for residential and commercial use
Looking for the most efficient heat exchanger technology for your heat pump design? Alfa Laval has decades of experience working with OEM suppliers to find the ideal solution for heat pumps used in residential and commercial applications. Join our team for this webinar to learn more about the different types of technologies that can deliver efficient performance with today’s new low-GWP refrigerants.
Join Alfa Laval’s Matteo Munari, a knowledge leader on the subject of natural refrigerants, as he explores some of the trends and challenges facing commercial refrigeration today. Matteo will discuss the growth of low-GWP refrigerants, the technical challenges that have accompanied these changes, and much more. This webinar will be held in combination with the ATMOsphere 2020 international virtual trade show.