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Cancelled - Putting the Kitchen of the Future to the Test

Please Note: This Seminar Has Been Cancelled

 

Energy and water efficient equipment might look great in the lab, but how do savings hold up in the tough and unpredictable environment of a real world kitchen?

The only way to find out is to 'take it to the field' and measure the results. The Food Service Technology Center has been pitting the lab against the field for over 25 years and reporting all that information so that designers and operators can make informed decisions. This session will share the stories behind several case studies created by the FSTC as part of their field demonstration projects and offer some practical tools for estimating savings and cost-justifying efficient equipment.

Attendees Will Learn:

  • How energy efficient appliances perform in a real kitchen.
  • Benefits of energy efficient appliances and their impact to the bottom line.
  • About the importance of training and education when adapting to new equipment.
     

 

Speaker: Denis Livchak

Denis Livchak works as a Research Engineer for Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Food Service Technology Center. He started his career testing performance and energy consumption of commercial cooking appliances in the lab and in the field. Now he is focusing on commercial foodservice refrigeration equipment ranging from ice cream makers and refrigerated prep tables to walk in refrigeration and ice machines.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
10:00 AM - 01:30 PM

Cost:
This is a free seminar!

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Southern California Edison (CTAC)
6090 N. Irwindale Ave
Irwindale, CA USA 91702

Website: http://www.sce.com/workshops

Event Contact Info
Andre Saldivar
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