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Norbec – How To Specify a Custom Walk-In Cooler – (1 CEU)

January 20 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com

Course Description​: Walk-in coolers and freezers are not just for restaurants. They’re found in schools, hospitals, food-processing plants, and laboratories. Sometimes a stocked, prefabricated walk-in will suffice, but most coolers and freezers require a custom solution.​

This course will walk you through the specification considerations for a custom walk-in including size, temperature, refrigeration, energy efficiency, floors, doors, and more. You’ll see how each area relates to one another in supporting an energy-conscious and durable walk-in assembly.​

 

Learning Objectives​:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: ​

  1. Review all components of a walk-in cooler/freezer assembly and how an energy-efficient refrigeration system works.​
  2. Identify all the considerations when determining the size of a walk-in cooler including the products to be stored, shelves and carts, ventilation, and future needs.​
  3. Determine a walk-in’s temperature based on type of products, humidity, usage, and more.​
  4. Acknowledge the importance of the cooler’s insulated panels’ R-value, efficient refrigeration, and controls/monitors to meet or exceed energy-administration requirements. ​
  5. Explain how walk-in panels contribute to LEED v4.​

Address the importance of specifying the right door, floor, finishes, and other considerations

 

Contact Marilou Leclaire for more info - [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Marilou Leclaire
Phone
4504491499
Email
mleclaire@norbec.com