Industrial Refrigeration Operating Tips

Webinar On-Demand
Provided by Process Cooling
Presented by John Sherrill

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the factors that affect the pressure-and-temperature relationship for a specific refrigerant in a refrigeration system.
  2. Explain how pressure drop and static head pressure will affect the operation of a refrigeration system.
  3. Describe the possible sources of water in a refrigeration system and the effect that water will have on system operation and operating costs.
  4. Discuss the EPA Risk Management Program and the efforts EPA is taking to reduce the major impact of the revised RMP regulation.

Credits:

1 PDH
1 RETA PDH
0.1 IACET CEU*
1 AIA LU/Elective
1 PDH*
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The pressure-and-temperature relationship for a given refrigerant is the basis of industrial refrigeration system operation, yet it is often not well understood.

In this webinar, we look at factors that affect the application of this basic principle and explain how pressure drop and static head pressure will affect the system operation.

We will also look at possible sources of water in your system and the effect that water will have on system operation and operating costs.

We'll conclude with a look at the EPA Risk Management Program and the revised RMP regulation.



John Sherrill

John Sherrill is a training/compliance engineer with the Wagner-Meinert Safety Services division and the Wagner-Meinert “Tex” Hildebrand Training Center, Fort Wayne, Ind. He has more than 40 years' experience in ammonia refrigeration and more than 25 years as a trainer/instructor. Wagner-Meinert LLC provides refrigeration, food process and mechanical contracting equipment, services and training. Previously, John founded and served as president and director of training at Midwest Ammonia Training Center. In this position, he developed or supervised the development of all curriculum used in this nationally recognized program. He has served as a national board member and education chairman of the Refrigerating Engineers and Technicians Association (RETA). He was a voting member of the Ammonia Refrigeration Training Guidelines Task Force. He is the 2003 recipient of RETA’s Guy R. King Award for excellence in refrigeration education, and he is the 2012 recipient of RETA’s Venemann Award.

 

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