Exploring the Long-Term, Temporary, & Emergency Applications of Portable Cooling

HVACAIA BOC BOMI

Now is the time to prepare for the rising temperatures o f summer. Plans need to be made to ensure temperatures inside remain at a comfortable level. Portable air conditioners are an efficient and cost effective cooling solution for a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications. Spot coolers have the ability to provide permanent and temporary cooling for people, processes, and equipment. Developing a portable cooling strategy to keep your facility cool is imperative to keep day to day operations running smoothly. Portable air conditioners install in minutes and are ready to tackle any heat emergency immediately. Attendees will learn the fundamentals for determining cooling capacity and other essential considerations to take into account when installing a portable cooling unit.

Course Tuition: Free

Learning Objectives: 

  • Discover the numerous cooling applications of a portable air conditioner
  • Select the correct spot cooler and most efficient installation for the application
  • Develop strategies to reduce total cost of ownership of portable cooling units
  • Create a plan to keep your facility comfortable with spot coolers throughout the year

From Our Partner

Jim Magallanes

President
Computer Room Uptime

Jim has over 20 years of experience designing, selling, and supporting portable cooling. Throughout his career he has engineered (14) air conditioners, specifically for the data center and portable air conditioning market. A number of portable air conditioners that Magallanes helped engineer have gone on to become best-selling models year after year for over a decade. He is a recognized industry expert in IT, people and process cooling over a diverse range of industries. Magallanes' comprehensive knowledge in designing spot cooling air conditioners and long career of utilizing them in commercial and industrial setting makes him uniquely qualified to solve the most difficult heat challenges. He specializes in designing small efficient computer rooms that are often difficult to cool. Magallanes holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Southern California.