The free-to-join event on November 15 covers applications for clean energy, circularity and energy efficiency through the company’s ALF filter, service solutions and Packinox technology.
Boliden’s low-carbon copper will help Alfa Laval reduce the carbon footprint of its brazed heat exchangers, which are used in a number of HVAC applications, including heat pumps.
The various plate materials and pressing depths of the T21 unit offer “efficient” heat transfer to more industries.
The Swedish manufacturer’s webinar on February 15 will cover solutions for energy efficiency, clean energy, and circularity.
The Swedish manufacturer’s heat exchangers were a significant focus of its recent Net Zero Launch Event on September 16.
Taking place online at 2pm CEST (8am EDT) on September 15, the event will look at how the Swedish heat exchanger manufacturer is tackling decarbonization.
By sourcing more sustainable materials and improving product efficiency, the manufacturer aims to reduce the footprint of scope 3 emissions by 50% by 2030.
The heat exchangers can raise the evaporation temperature of the ammonia refrigerant on the cold side and lower the condensing temperature on the hot side, increasing the energy efficiency, says Alfa Laval.
Taking place on February 16, the event will include a number of new ‘cutting edge’ heat exchangers from the Swedish manufacturer.