Cooling Technology Institute (CTI)
1950. Previously also referred to Cooling Tower Institute.
Bring together individuals and organizations interested in Evaporative Heat Transfer Systems (EHTS); identify and address emerging and evolving issues concerning EHTS; encourage and support educational programs and cooperative research; assure acceptable minimum quality levels and performance of EHTS and their components by establishing standard specifications, guidelines and certification programs; establish standard testing and performance analysis systems and procedures for EHTS; communicate with and influence governmental entities regarding the environmentally responsible technologies, benefits and issues associated with EHTS; encourage and support forums and methods for exchanging technical information on EHTS.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes: annual conference; committee workshops. Develops standards and guidelines.
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Members in 36 countries
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- Refrigeration, Heating, Ventilation
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