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Presenters Craig Campbell and Kaitlin Logan cover chiller technologies using oil and oil-free bearing options, discussing features, benefits and design considerations for the respective applications along with industry best practices and a case study example, concluding with audience Q&A.
Craig Campbell, Product Manager at Johnson Controls in York, PA is responsible for the global YORK packaged centrifugal chillers. In this role, Craig is responsible for capturing market needs by collaborating with global teams, ensuring product developments meet customer expectations, and driving programs to maintain and improve product offerings. Craig joined Johnson Controls as an intern in 2001 while earning a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Millersville University. He previously worked in the Johnson Controls Philadelphia sales branch as a Project Engineer and also supported water-cooled centrifugal and screw product lines as an Application Engineer. Most recently, Craig was the Business Systems Manager for Chiller Solutions with responsibility for managing the development and deployment of YORKworks, the chiller product portfolio sales and rating tool. Craig is a Johnson Controls representative for the AHRI 550/590 Engineering and Compliance Committees.
Kaitlin Logan, Engineer I at Johnson Controls in York, PA, is currently completing the Johnson Controls Engineer Training Program. This program offers the opportunity for recent graduates to explore and learn the many interconnected functional groups of the international HVAC company. She received her bachelor's degree in environmental engineering at Messiah College, where she was also the recipient of the James T. Scroggin Award for outstanding work in engineering. Kaitlin was the Student Project Manager of the Africa WASH and Disability Study, funded by World Vision, as part of the Collaboratory for Strategic Partnerships and Applied Research. Kaitlin has been focusing on bearing technology in her recent work and is excited to share insight during this webinar.
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Cooling Technologies: Why All Oil-Free Chillers Are Not Created Equal
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