Dale Clinton
Dale Clinton
Division Manager, Service and Commissioning
 

Dale has more than 32 years of experience in the industrial refrigeration and mechanical fields, including service, maintenance and installations. His responsibilities include managing all parts and services for refrigeration services in the Eastern United States, including seven maintenance, parts and operations offices and two compressor reconditioning facilities. Dale has worked on projects for Nestlé, Kraft Foods, Keystone Foods, Miller Brewing Company and many others.

Convert Wastewater into Energy Savings with a Heat Exchanger

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Convert Wastewater into Energy Savings with a Heat Exchanger

Facilities that produce canned goods use steam and water during the canning process. But some of them are flushing potential energy savings down the drain — literally. Whether your plant manufactures canned tuna, beans or vegetables, a heat exchanger could help cut energy costs with little upfront investment.

 

Keep Your Cool: How to Prep Your Refrigeration System for Peak Summer Performance

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Keep Your Cool: How to Prep Your Refrigeration System for Peak Summer Performance

Summer is around the corner, which means now is the time to ensure your refrigeration system is ready for the upcoming hot months. Summertime is when these systems work their hardest, so how can you make sure yours is running efficiently and at peak performance levels?

Here’s a short checklist to prepare your refrigeration system for the summer:

 

The One Mistake You’re Making With Your Compressor Logs

The importance of a skilled refrigeration analyst

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The One Mistake You’re Making With Your Compressor Logs

After working with compressors for nearly three decades, there’s one mistake I see people making time and time again when it comes to their compressor maintenance. They keep their daily logs, recording necessary temperatures regularly, but when they’re through, they simply put the logs aside and don’t look at them again. The results are not analyzed for corrective measures, if discovered. Are you looking back to ensure you’re addressing the inconsistencies and issues you notice during your compressor evaluations? Analyzing the daily logs is just as important as writing it down.