Efficient industrial refrigeration operations and management

Thursday, December 1, 2016 · 8:30 am–4 pm
Holiday Inn Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, WI
Cost: $199
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As a result of this course, you will be able to:

  • Discuss utility electrical charges.
  • Explain the basic operating principles of refrigeration components.
  • Identify key efficiency opportunities for each refrigeration component.
  • Describe best practices for operations and maintenance.
  • Identify important energy savings measures to include in any facility improvement action plan.

Who should attend?
Industrial refrigeration technicians, contractors, specialists, system operators, maintenance personnel, design engineers and equipment vendors; production staff; facility owners and managers; and anyone with basic knowledge and interest in industrial refrigeration best practices.

What are the key efficiency opportunities in industrial refrigeration? How does each refrigeration component operate? What is that electric bill telling you? During this course, we’ll answer these questions and more. We’ll pay close attention to compressors, condensers, evaporators and control systems. Operations and maintenance best practices will be highlighted, as well as an action plan to implement improvements at any facility.

Agenda
8–8:30 am: Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 am–4 pm: Program and lunch

Cost
The registration fee for attending this full-day course is $199, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. There is limited availability, so you are encouraged to register early.

General information
Site information will be sent with your enrollment confirmation. If you have any special needs (e.g. dietary, physical), please let us know at the time of registration. All requests will be kept confidential.

Photo and video rights
We reserve the right to use photographs taken during the event for promotional purposes. Also, this program may be video taped for future publication.

Please note that in order to receive continuing education credits, you must be present for the entire training; partial credit cannot be given. In order to receive IACET credits, you will also need to participate in the assessment that takes place at the training. You must receive a 70% or higher in order to receive a course completion certificate with IACET listed.

AFE This program supports a topic within the body of knowledge outlined by the Association for Facilities Engineering CPE/CPMM/CPS Certification Programs, and should count as 0.625 CEUs (6.25 hours) toward re-certification.

BOC This course offers up to 6.25 points for BOC certified operators.

BOMI This course is approved for 6 continuing professional development points toward renewal of the professional designations offered by BOMI International.

GBCI Seventhwave is a provider of GBCI approved courses for continuing education. This is a GBCI approved course and offers 6 CE hours. Seventhwave is also a USGBC Education Partner.

IACET As an IACET Accredited Provider, Seventhwave offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard. Seventhwave is authorized by IACET to offer 0.6 CEUs for this program.

WI PE This course qualifies for up to 6 PDHs for professional engineers in the state of Wisconsin. The registrant must decide if this is a qualifying course as defined in the relevant Wisconsin Administrative Code (more information).

Introduction and course overview

  • Refrigeration cheat sheet

Understanding your electric bill

  • Difference between energy and demand
  • Peak versus non-peak billing periods
  • Utility bill example
  • Estimating energy use and energy savings

Refrigeration overview

  • Energy efficiency terms and principles
  • Refrigeration cycle overview
  • Refrigeration system components
    • Compressors
    • Condensers
    • Evaporators
    • Control systems

Refrigeration efficiency

  • Refrigeration equipment efficiency opportunities
  • Reducing system lift
  • Improving part load performance
  • Control strategies to optimize refrigeration efficiency
  • Operation and maintenance opportunities that have energy consequences
  • Defrost optimization
  • Reduction of refrigeration loads

Refrigeration recap

  • Calculating energy savings

Non-refrigeration systems at your facility

  • Office HVAC and lighting
  • Underfloor heat, freezer doors and battery chargers

Components of a successful energy management program

Conclusion and Q&A

Holiday Inn Fond du Lac
625 W Rolling Meadows Drive
Fond du Lac, WI
920.923.1440

Our education sponsors:

PLATINUM
We EnergiesWisconsin Public ServiceXcel Energy
GOLD
Alliant EnergyMadison Gas and ElectricWPPI Energy




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