Webinar | Advance sustainability in the data centers with efficient heat transfer

23rd of November 2022, Wednesday

12.00pm GMT+7 – Time in Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam

1.00pm GMT+8 – Time in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and Australia West Coast

4.00pm GMT+11 – Time in Australia Eastern Daylight Savings

Advance sustainability in the data centers with efficient heat transfer

Today 40% of a data center’s energy consumption goes towards cooling operations. Data center owners and operators are navigating the challenging mandate to increase energy efficiency and PUE power usage effectiveness, as well as reducing CO2 emissions and water consumption while also increasing capacity in the hot and tropical climate dominating the Asia Pacific region.

Join this exclusive Alfa Laval webinar!

Learn how, as a global market leader in heat transfer technologies, Alfa Laval works with data center providers around the world to support highly reliable and efficient cooling with the company’s advanced plate heat exchanger technology, engineering expertise and relentless focus on innovation and R&D.


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In this webinar, the conversation will be led by our expert Anna Blomborg, Alfa Laval’s Industry Manager for Data Centers. She will share knowledge from our decades of experience working with data center partners to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. She will also take a look at new innovations creating potential for future cooling technologies with potential for our region, such as liquid cooling.

This webinar is held exclusively for South-East Asia and Australia, New Zealand and Oceania region, bringing together global and local Alfa Laval experts with industry professionals for a live presentation followed by Q&A.


Join this exclusive Alfa Laval webinar to learn about:

  • Driving sustainability metrics in the data center (PUE plus CUE, WUE and ERE)
  • The role of heat transfer technology in the data center
  • Design for lifetime performance
  • Optimizing energy consumption
  • Future development and innovations including free cooling, heat recovery and liquid cooling


Participation is free. Places are strictly limited and Alfa Laval reserves the right to qualify industry professionals.