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Webinar series for HVAC professsionals

SPX Cooling Technologies has created a series of live educational webinars on Zoom, where attendees can ask questions and participate in polls.

Upcoming webinars include: Cooling Tower Fundamentals for Process Cooling Applications; Fluid Cooler Selection and Design; Mechanical Equipment Inspection and Maintenance of Field-Erected Cooling Towers; Factory-Assembled Cooling Towers for Industrial Applications; Thermal Performance of Field-Erected Cooling Towers

A range or on-demand recordings are also available including: 

· Factory-Assembled Cooling Tower Selection and Design

· Fluid Cooler Applications and Selection

· Factory-Assembled Cooling Tower Inspection & Start-up After Unplanned Shutdown

· Field-Erected Cooling Tower Inspection Tips

· Mechanical Equipment Maintenance of Field-Erected Cooling Towers

· Energy and Water Efficiency of Factory-Assembled Cooling Towers

· Cooling Tower Fundamentals – HVAC

· Cooling Tower Fundamentals – Process Cooling

· Cold Weather Operation of Cooling Towers

· Modularization of Field-Erected Cooling Towers

· Package Cooling Towers for Process Cooling

· Thermal Dynamics and Field-Erected Cooling Tower Performance

· Proof in Performance – Marley® Power and Heavy Industrial Products

· Recold® Inspection and Maintenance: Focus on Fan Blower Bearings


24 March 2021


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