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Webinars and training resources

Our range of webinars contribute to the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) of individuals, organisations and entire industries, keeping skills and knowledge up to date.

We aim to broaden the understanding of professionals and businesses in power and temperature control. Accredited by the CPD Certification Service and delivered by sector specialists, our webinars are a valuable tool regardless of your knowledge background.

Find out more on our available webinars below.


Petrochemicals & refinery: Vacuum Distillation Improvement

Refinery managers and engineers are under pressure to keep their petrochemical plant safe, productive and cost-effective, despite facing turnarounds and ageing equipment challenges.

We look at how to enhance process performances of vacuum distillation in petrochemical refineries through unconventional application of industrial refrigeration. Solutions described are engineered temporary cooling solutions, for hire, designed to improve the vacuum distillation profitability, that allow: unit de-bottlenecking, mitigation of deteriorated utilities conditions, support of operation while processing opportunity crudes.

This short webinar is aimed at managers and engineers who work within a petrochemical refinery and already have an intermediate knowledge of the associated processes.

The webinar includes:

  • Vacuum Distillation Unit (VDU) as part of the refinery backbone
  • Crude distillation unit (CDU) and VDU thermal integration
  • Scope of the VDU in the refining process
  • Vacuum generating equipment
  • Benefits of achieving deeper vacuum
  • Industrial refrigeration as a tool to improve vacuum
  • Opening a new class of projects and temporary revamps with refrigeration for hire

Who should attend?

  • Refinery process engineers
  • Refinery technology managers
  • Production managers
  • Production planners


Data Centres: Lifecycle of the Commissioning Stage

As data centres become increasingly critical to everyday life, ensuring uptime has become a major priority for those working in the sector. Through the right level of testing at the commissioning phase, the resilience of facilities can be guaranteed, meaning that the risk of potentially costly outages can be mitigated.

But what do tests for new equipment involve? And how can data centre managers contractors, and commissioning engineers ensure that they are taking a best practice approach when testing critical equipment?

Our experts, Margot Weistroffer and Wayne Carolan , discuss how to address the testing, temperature control, and power procurement challenges facing data centres.

Watch this free webinar to:

  • Explore the potential of temporary power and temperature control solutions in optimising operational and financial aspects during commissioning.
  • Discover how you can be at the forefront of driving process efficiency and reliability

Who should watch?

  • Data centres managers
  • Maintenance managers
  • Commissioning engineers

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