March 2020 - Industrial Cooling with 2-Stage Evaporative Cooling

Post date: Mar 06, 2020 9:33:9 PM

NOTE: The in person meetings have been canceled and we will migrate to an online webinar option at 3PM EDT (2PM CDT) on March 19th. In order to receive the PDH, you must register on the form at the bottom of this page. The information for joining the webinar is located after the abstract.

Dave Binz

Director of Engineering

Cambridge Air Solutions

Cooling Facilities with High Process Air Load Requirements

Industrial Cooling with 2-Stage Evaporative Cooling

March Meeting:

This month we are happy to host Dave Binz of Cambridge Air Solutions.

Dave Binz is the Director of Engineering of Cambridge Air Solutions out of St. Louis, Missouri.

Dave Binz has been a national advocate for energy efficiency, indoor air quality and safety through advancing codes and standards within ASHRAE, AHRI, CSA, and other national trade organizations.


When facility leaders desire to improve working conditions for hard working people in manufacturing and industrial facilities but struggle to address hot summer temperatures and losses in productivity, 2 stage evaporative cooling technologies offer leaders real temperature relief, lower operational costs structures versus mechanical cooling and positive productivity impact.

Learn how:

  • The hidden costs of insufficient cooling and ventilation tempering in industrial facilities

  • Evaporative cooling addresses IAQ safety issues associated with extreme heat environments

  • Both Direct and Indirect evaporative cooling technologies are energy efficient solutions for

  • tempered cooling of high bay facilities

  • Evaporative cooling technologies provide the lowest cost of operation when facilities need

  • tempered cooling coupled with large exhaust requirements

Zoom Meeting

Meeting is closed

Lunch Meeting - March 19


Dinner Meeting - March 19


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