Five two-day sessions around the U.S., aimed at technicians, manufacturers and end users, will cover using CO2 as a refrigerant.
St. Louis, Mo.-based equipment manufacturer Emerson announced today that it will be hosting “integrated learning sessions” next year that cover the utilization of carbon dioxide (CO₂) as a refrigerant at locations across the U.S.
Each session will span two days and run from 8 am to 4 pm. Dates and locations are as follows:
Emerson’s integrated learning sessions are designed to help keep service technicians, manufacturers and end users informed about best practices, regulatory changes, emerging technologies and industry trends.
“It’s so crucial to stay as informed as possible in today’s HVACR industry,” said Andre Patenaude, director, food retail marketing and growth strategy, cold chain, Emerson. “The industry moves faster every day, and things are changing at a rapid pace. Participating in instructor-led learning sessions like this helps prepare our customers for whatever challenges they may be facing.”
The CO₂ refrigeration integrated learning sessions will help attendees differentiate among new terminology in CO₂refrigeration (transcritical, supercritical, subcritical, flash gas), properly map cascade and transcritical booster systems, optimize efficiency in warm ambient environments, and more.
Registration is available online and requires a fee of $700, which covers all course materials, breakfast and lunch. Online registration is currently open at https://education.emerson.com.
For more information, visit Emerson Educational Services.
“Participating in instructor-led learning sessions like this helps prepare our customers for whatever challenges they may be facing.”
– Andre Patenaude, Emerson