Ammonia Refrigeration Best Practices Workshop
Class | Industrial Systems
Feb. 12, 2019
8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
PGE Salem Service Center
4245 Kale St. NE
Salem, OR 97305
Ammonia refrigeration systems are highly specialized. They require proper operation, regular tune ups, and consistent maintenance to perform optimally. This workshop will provide the education, skills, and tools you need to make improvements to your facility’s refrigeration system. These best-practice takeaways will help you step back, assess your systems, and identify areas of improvement. Come join us to learn these tools and more on Feb. 12.
Note: We will be offering a tour in partnership with Henningsen Cold Storage at their Salem location following the class. The tour will go from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
This class will help you:
- Refresh your knowledge of refrigeration fundamentals
- Map the components of your facility’s refrigeration system and understand which parts are the biggest energy users
- Assess your current operation and maintenance program
- Implement best practices that will reduce your energy use and costs
- Identify capital improvement opportunities
Who will benefit?
Managers and operators who oversee ammonia refrigeration systems, especially those that typically handle compressor loads of 200 horsepower or more.
- Industrial refrigeration professionals
- System operators and plant engineers
- Maintenance technicians
- Facility managers
David Moser, P.E., Cascade Energy
Dave is a senior project engineer at Cascade Energy specializing in helping industrial facilities become more energy-efficient. For the last 24 years he’s been working with commercial and industrial mechanical systems, including design, energy audits, and commissioning. He regularly conducts workshops on ammonia refrigeration systems, has led over 20 tune-ups at large refrigerated warehouses, and is the technical lead for a large food service distributor’s energy management program.