Using Glycol Heat Transfer Fluids for Effective Process Cooling

On Demand until October 12, 2018

Duration:60 minutes


This unprecedented webinar will discuss using glycol heat transfer fluids for industrial process applications. Our speakers — experts working daily with thermal fluids from a range of manufacturers — are uniquely positioned to give honest insights into low temperature heat transfer fluids and how they can best perform in your plant.

Are you struggling with these common problems related to using glycol-based fluids? During the webinar, you will learn how to deal with:

  • Over-dilution of glycols, biofilm fouling and scale formation
  • Short fluid lifetime
  • Air entrainment and foaming

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Alfonso Sira

Sr. Account Manager
Houghton Chemical Corporation

Alfonso Sira is a Sr. Account Manager at Houghton Chemical Corporation headquartered in Boston, MA. He manages local and national accounts, while supporting a range of glycol HVAC systems. He is a member of the safety and regulation committee for the Association of Water Technology. Alfonso has been involved in the construction industry for over ten years.
Alfonso Sira received his degree in Construction Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Before working at Houghton Chemical, Alfonso was the entrepreneur of a residential construction company and gained experience in third party logistics.
Currently at Houghton Chemical, Alfonso interfaces with mechanical contractors, facility managers, engineers, and water treatment companies to support proper glycol procurement and prolong glycol system longevity. Alfonso’s lectures include various topics: glycol chemistry, FDA safety regulations, proper applications, trouble shooting, maintenance practices, laboratory support and other relevant topics. He is also able to customize his lecture to cater the needs of the attendees and/or organization. Alfonso looks forward to sharing his knowledge of glycol to the industrial and commercial HVAC industry.

Kevin Connor

Technical Service Manager
The Dow Chemical Company

Kevin Connor is a graduate of the University of Waterloo (Canada) with a degree in Chemistry. He has provided product development and technical service support for The Dow Chemical Company for the past 32 years and has been a member of ASHRAE for 17 years. He is currently Technical Service Manager responsible for DOWTHERM™ and DOWFROST™ inhibited glycol heat transfer fluids as well as UCAR™ Aircraft Deicing Fluids.

Kevin Coscia

Business Development Manager

Kevin Coscia is the Business Development Manager for Dynalene’s glycol products and has been working at Dynalene since 2010. He is a graduate of Lehigh University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. Kevin’s initial work with Dynalene was developing molten salts for high-temperature applications for concentrated solar power, thermal storage, and heat transfer applications using molten salts. His work also involved designing and building heat transfer systems as well as developing new corrosion inhibitor packages for heat transfer fluids. He became a manager for Dynalene’s Lab Services division to promote sales growth and market outreach prior to managing Dynalene’s glycol product line.






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