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DA12 Energy Efficiency in Cold Rooms

Aligned with the release of the new technical resource, DA12 Energy Efficiency in Cold Rooms, AIRAH hosted this Streamline session (supported by Ecolibrium) outlining its intent and scope, as well as other design considerations. 

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About this Streamline 

The 2020 DA12 Energy Efficiency in Cold Rooms webinar covered:

  • The intent and scope of DA12, including standards and regulations
  • Key factors that affect efficiency
  • Design considerations, tables, methods and assumptions
  • Refrigeration equipment, controls and defrost
  • The insulated enclosure (structure)
  • Installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance and documentation.
 It also included a Q&A session with presenter Peter Brodribb, M.AIRAH.

 Missed watching these webinars live? AIRAH members receive exclusive access to the recording. Click here to join Australia’s HVAC&R industry association.

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

In addition to these webinars being free for AIRAH members, you will also earn one CPD hour for each one you attend/watch.

If you watch the webinar live, during its original broadcast time, you will not need to manually log this in your CPD diary. If you watch a recording of the webinar, you must track this yourself to earn the CPD hour. For assistance, please email training@airah.org.au

Click here for more information on eligible CPD activities.

 

Presenter

Peter Brodribb, M.AIRAH

Peter Brodribb is a highly experienced energy efficiency and climate change consultant, with over 20 years of global experience in energy technology, products and systems, as well as expertise in the HVAC and refrigerated cold chain industries. He is a specialist in the strategic and technical issues associated with direct and indirect emissions in the climate change, energy and HVAC&R industries.

About DA12 Energy Efficiency in Cold Rooms

AIRAH partnered with industry stakeholders (including the Expert Group and AIRAH members) and government (Victoria’s Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning) to conduct field research on barriers to improved energy efficiency in the walk-in cold room and freezer room sector of the refrigerated cold chain.

As the definitive reference for walk-in cold room energy efficiency in Australia, this manual is designed for engineers, refrigeration technicians and contractors, as well as equipment owners, operators and specifiers.

Click here for more information and to order/access DA12.