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2019 ASHRAE Webcast

2019 Webcast


New! In response to viewer feedback, the 2019 ASHRAE Webcast will be just 2 hours long, and broadcast live at 2 different days/times for the convenience of our global audience.

Wednesday, April 17, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4:00h) Calculate for your time zone
Thursday, April 18, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4:00h) Calculate for your time zone

Save the date for this FREE webcast

April 17

April 18

Registration will open January 2019.

The 2019 ASHRAE Webcast will examine the world’s most prolific air-conditioning system configurations and how those systems will adapt to worldwide regulatory restrictions and corresponding advancements in refrigerant technology.

Viewers will learn:

  • How the refrigerant industry will meet the needs of installed packaged and split system air conditioners, specifically VRF systems
  • Future trends in DX air conditioning [including VRF] equipment design, performance and application
  • Future of low-GWP refrigerant options for unitary products, if future refrigerant retrofits are possible, and how to recognize the challenges and best practices in working with flammable refrigerants.

Opening Remarks

Moderator

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ASHRAE President, Shelia Hayter Jennifer Gladstone

Presenters

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Doug Tucker Sarah Kim, Ph.D. Steve Kujak

Presenters:

Douglas Tucker, Director of Industry and Government Relations at Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating (MEUS), represents the interests of MEUS with federal, state and local governmental organizations, with industry trade groups and regulatory bodies, and with energy efficiency advocacy groups…. Read More

Sarah Kim, R&D at Arkema Fluorochemicals, is a scientist working on next generation low GWP refrigerant development. She has been with the Arkema Fluorochemicals R&D department for 4 years as project leader of HVAC&R applications focusing on the evaluation of refrigerant performance, chemistry, and safety aspects….Read More

Stephen Kujak, Director of Next Generation Refrigerant Research at Ingersoll Rand
and has spent over 25 years being involved in numerous technology and product development projects involving development of new refrigerants, lubricants, compatibility of system materials and environmental sustainability initiatives….Read More


PDHs

PDHs are typically available for this free broadcast and additional information will be available soon.


Sponsors

See how your company can be a part of the program by viewing the opportunities here.


If you are looking for information about earlier webcasts, please contact ashrae-webcast@ashrae.org

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