This fall, Process Cooling and Process Heating, its sister publication, will present two hour-long webinars on heat transfer fluids.

            On October 12 at 2 p.m. ET, Process Cooling and experts working daily with low temperature heat transfer fluids will present “Using Glycol Heat Transfer Fluids for Effective Process Cooling.” The unique collaborative event means that you can gain honest insights into low temperature heat transfer fluids and how they can best perform in your plant. During the webinar, you will:

  • Understand the regulatory needs for given application and location.
  • Understand why heat transfer fluid freezing point affects system operation.
  • Learn about effective corrosion control when using glycol fluids.

            Glycol-based heat transfer fluids, which have low freezing points, are particularly well suited for food processing applications, breweries and wineries, and refrigerated warehouses as well as commercial applications such as supermarkets and ice rinks.

            Are you struggling with these common problems related to using glycol-based fluids?

  • Overdilution of glycols, biofilm fouling and scale formation?
  • Short fluid lifetime?
  • Air entrainment and foaming?

            Our speakers — Kevin Connor of Dow, Kevin Coscia of Dynalene Inc. and Alfonso Sira of Houghton Chemical — will offer key insights during this one-hour event. Register for this event at http://bit.ly/glycolfluidswebinar and watch it live or on demand.

            On December 5 at 2 p.m. ET, Process Heating and experts working daily with mineral oil and silicone heat transfer fluids will present “An Insiders’ Guide to Fluid System Maintenance.” In the final episode of Process Heating’s heat transfer fluids webinar series, our panel goes beyond the basics to deliver practical tips from those working with heat transfer fluids every day. Learn the insiders’ tips for preventive maintenance for thermal fluid heating. To register for the December 5 event or watch past episodes, visit http://bit.ly/2xgckEA.