Heat Exchange Products and Services for Automotive and Truck Aftermarket Personnel
- Room: The Venetian, Marco Polo 701
Thursday, November 02, 2017: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Content will provide a substantial base of information about the automotive and truck heat exchange technology, products, and business.
Attendees will learn:
- Fundamental concepts of heat exchange
- Identify products used for heat exchange in automotive and commercial vehicles
- Identify types of materials and designs used in the construction of heat exchangers
- Identify the different components in heat exchangers
- Identify components and parts used in engine, cabin and transmission heating and cooling systems. Session will also cover common product and system failures, safety issues, and the fundamentals of distribution for products and services
This session applies to all professionals including: technicians, outside sales personnel, inside sales, counterpersons, warehouse personnel, production and manufacturing personnel, managers, service writers, drivers, business owners and business executives.
Session is presented by NARSA – The International Heat Transfer Association. NARSA has provided focus for the business of thermal management for transportation and industry by providing commercial and technical forums that lead to business development and product innovation. Founded in 1954 in the USA as the National Automotive Radiator Service Association, NARSA continues today as global trade association dedicated to education and communication. NARSA members repair, maintain, design, build and distribute heat exchangers such as radiators, oil coolers, charge air coolers and condensers. NARSA exists to create access to opportunities for its members through vision, knowledge, and innovation. Come visit with leading vehicular heat exchange and mobile air conditioning suppliers at the NARSA Mobile Heat Transfer/Heating/Air Conditioning Pavilions located on Level 1 and Level 2 of the Sands Expo Center. For more information and complete listing of pavilion suppliers go to: www.narsa.org.
Programmed by NARSA