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Chilling with Jens podcast by Jens Andersen

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Discover the world of refrigeration! "Chilling with Jens" is a new series from Danfoss Cooling designed to take you through principles, processes, and systems around evaporative refrigeration. Join host Jens Andersen on a journey of discovery as he shares knowledge and insights gained from over 40 years spent working in the cooling industry. Each chapter becomes more advanced as you go and builds on what you've already learned. So, whether you're a cooling industry veteran or just getting your start, this podcast has something for you. Danfoss Cooling - Expert in the development of technologies of today & tomorrow in Food Retail, Air Conditioning, Industrial & Commercial Refrigeration #Cooling #HVAC #HVACR

Latest Episodes

Cool Talk: CO2 as refrigerant in larger commercial systems

This podcast is about the use of CO2 or carbon dioxide as a refrigerant in larger commercial systems like supermarkets or hypermarkets. CO2 or carbon dioxide, is a natural occurring substance, a natural part of the earthly atmosphere, although the concentration has been rising in the last 50 years, the CO2 is still one of the most environmentally friendly refrigerants and is one of the few sustainable refrigerants for food retail applications. The podcast is made as a teaser and inspiration to get on board the Refrigerant Week 2019. Learn more at http://refrigerantweek.danfoss.com

13 MINSEP 20
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Cool Talk: CO2 as refrigerant in larger commercial systems

Cool Talk: Global trends on refrigerants - interview with Norbert Blatz

Cool Talk: Interview with Norbert Blatz on switching to low-GWP refrigerants. Norbert tells us what you need to know when performing a retrofit in an existing system, what considerations you need to have, what protocols, guidelines and standards you need to comply to. Norbert touches also on some of the practicalities and the certifications that an installer will need to obtain. The podcast is made as a teaser and inspiration to get on board the Refrigerant Week 2019. Learn more at http://refrigerantweek.danfoss.com

22 MINSEP 18
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Cool Talk: Global trends on refrigerants - interview with Norbert Blatz

Cool Talk: Charging new refrigerant

In this episode Jens talks about the things to consider when charging new refrigerant into an existing system, what to think of, what to do, and what not to do. You can do the shift in charge from HFC to another HFC and in some cases also from HCFC to HFC, but you just don’t go all the way to HFO in an existing system. You need to check the component performance, so you’ll need to know what you’re doing! The podcast is made as a teaser and inspiration to get on board the Refrigerant Week 2019. Learn more at http://refrigerantweek.danfoss.com

10 MINSEP 16
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Cool Talk: Charging new refrigerant

Cool Talk: Why compressors fail

Why compressors fail: John Broughton, Danfoss Global Application Specialist, joins Jens for a special edition of the podcast. They discuss the most common reasons compressors fail and how to avoid these failures. John also shares some sage advice to keep in mind when installing compressors, piping, and lubrication. Finally, the two dive into setups and adjustments of cooling systems.

13 MINAUG 26
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Cool Talk: Why compressors fail

Chapter 18: Programmable controllers

In this chapter, Jens discusses PLC’s or “Programmable Logic Controllers”. He dives into the logic behind them and the Boolean perception of logic, i.e. "True" and "False”. He also covers a bit about programming, statements, and conditions.

12 MINAUG 2
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Chapter 18: Programmable controllers

Chapter 17: System Managers and extension modules

This chapter sheds light on more complex store systems, including remote monitoring. These systems are tailored for large contractors, supermarket chains, and independent monitoring companies. These systems provide real-time status monitoring, which helps ensure food quality, system health, and diagnostics. Join Jens as he takes a deep dive into what all this means and how installers can help their customers understand how and where to use a system manager.

9 MINJUL 1
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Chapter 17: System Managers and extension modules

Chapter 16: The Danfoss Pack Controllers

Jens talks about capacity controls and Danfoss Pack Controllers. He also discusses different ways of controlling the energy consumption of the most energy-consuming part of the refrigeration system: the compressor. Finally, he touches on the condensing fans as he continues to guide you on your journey through the world of electronic controls for cooling systems.

12 MINMAY 28
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Chapter 16: The Danfoss Pack Controllers

Chapter 15: Case Controllers (AK-CC 550)

We’re moving on to more complex controllers and therefore also the applications that go beyond basics. Jens talks about controlling stand-alone applications like glass door merchandisers and display cases and the controlling of the different functions, such as capacity control, superheat control, and defrosting.

16 MINAPR 30
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Chapter 15: Case Controllers (AK-CC 550)

Chapter 14: ETC, the simple controller

The ETC has a simple design, but it’s still a pretty clever refrigeration control that can yield some impressive benefits. In this episode, Jens uses the ETC as an example for explaining the sensor-controller-compressor interface, signal logic, programming, and cabling.

16 MINMAR 28
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Chapter 14: ETC, the simple controller

Chapter 13: Digital Communication

Digital communication, what you need to know about digital communication and the issues related to set up a good and stable communication with your electronic controllers for the refrigeration business.

10 MINFEB 22
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Chapter 13: Digital Communication

Latest Episodes

Cool Talk: CO2 as refrigerant in larger commercial systems

This podcast is about the use of CO2 or carbon dioxide as a refrigerant in larger commercial systems like supermarkets or hypermarkets. CO2 or carbon dioxide, is a natural occurring substance, a natural part of the earthly atmosphere, although the concentration has been rising in the last 50 years, the CO2 is still one of the most environmentally friendly refrigerants and is one of the few sustainable refrigerants for food retail applications. The podcast is made as a teaser and inspiration to get on board the Refrigerant Week 2019. Learn more at http://refrigerantweek.danfoss.com

13 MINSEP 20
Comments
Cool Talk: CO2 as refrigerant in larger commercial systems

Cool Talk: Global trends on refrigerants - interview with Norbert Blatz

Cool Talk: Interview with Norbert Blatz on switching to low-GWP refrigerants. Norbert tells us what you need to know when performing a retrofit in an existing system, what considerations you need to have, what protocols, guidelines and standards you need to comply to. Norbert touches also on some of the practicalities and the certifications that an installer will need to obtain. The podcast is made as a teaser and inspiration to get on board the Refrigerant Week 2019. Learn more at http://refrigerantweek.danfoss.com

22 MINSEP 18
Comments
Cool Talk: Global trends on refrigerants - interview with Norbert Blatz

Cool Talk: Charging new refrigerant

In this episode Jens talks about the things to consider when charging new refrigerant into an existing system, what to think of, what to do, and what not to do. You can do the shift in charge from HFC to another HFC and in some cases also from HCFC to HFC, but you just don’t go all the way to HFO in an existing system. You need to check the component performance, so you’ll need to know what you’re doing! The podcast is made as a teaser and inspiration to get on board the Refrigerant Week 2019. Learn more at http://refrigerantweek.danfoss.com

10 MINSEP 16
Comments
Cool Talk: Charging new refrigerant

Cool Talk: Why compressors fail

Why compressors fail: John Broughton, Danfoss Global Application Specialist, joins Jens for a special edition of the podcast. They discuss the most common reasons compressors fail and how to avoid these failures. John also shares some sage advice to keep in mind when installing compressors, piping, and lubrication. Finally, the two dive into setups and adjustments of cooling systems.

13 MINAUG 26
Comments
Cool Talk: Why compressors fail

Chapter 18: Programmable controllers

In this chapter, Jens discusses PLC’s or “Programmable Logic Controllers”. He dives into the logic behind them and the Boolean perception of logic, i.e. "True" and "False”. He also covers a bit about programming, statements, and conditions.

12 MINAUG 2
Comments
Chapter 18: Programmable controllers

Chapter 17: System Managers and extension modules

This chapter sheds light on more complex store systems, including remote monitoring. These systems are tailored for large contractors, supermarket chains, and independent monitoring companies. These systems provide real-time status monitoring, which helps ensure food quality, system health, and diagnostics. Join Jens as he takes a deep dive into what all this means and how installers can help their customers understand how and where to use a system manager.

9 MINJUL 1
Comments
Chapter 17: System Managers and extension modules

Chapter 16: The Danfoss Pack Controllers

Jens talks about capacity controls and Danfoss Pack Controllers. He also discusses different ways of controlling the energy consumption of the most energy-consuming part of the refrigeration system: the compressor. Finally, he touches on the condensing fans as he continues to guide you on your journey through the world of electronic controls for cooling systems.

12 MINMAY 28
Comments
Chapter 16: The Danfoss Pack Controllers

Chapter 15: Case Controllers (AK-CC 550)

We’re moving on to more complex controllers and therefore also the applications that go beyond basics. Jens talks about controlling stand-alone applications like glass door merchandisers and display cases and the controlling of the different functions, such as capacity control, superheat control, and defrosting.

16 MINAPR 30
Comments
Chapter 15: Case Controllers (AK-CC 550)

Chapter 14: ETC, the simple controller

The ETC has a simple design, but it’s still a pretty clever refrigeration control that can yield some impressive benefits. In this episode, Jens uses the ETC as an example for explaining the sensor-controller-compressor interface, signal logic, programming, and cabling.

16 MINMAR 28
Comments
Chapter 14: ETC, the simple controller

Chapter 13: Digital Communication

Digital communication, what you need to know about digital communication and the issues related to set up a good and stable communication with your electronic controllers for the refrigeration business.

10 MINFEB 22
Comments
Chapter 13: Digital Communication