related to ATMOsphere America 2017
published on 6 June 2017
Nicola Pieretti and Brandon Marshall from CAREL explained how their controllers and ejectors can help to improve the efficiency of CO2 refrigeration systems in warmer climates.
After graduating in Electronic Engineering from Padua University, Nicola Pieretti joined CAREL working as an Application Manager for food retail refrigeration field controllers.
He is currently in charge of the development and deployment of electronic controllers dedicated to centralized supermarket. and he is defining market strategies, proposing new solutions and supporting the sales network with technical and application consulting prior to sale, and a sales context, in roles that involve direct customer management and help define the sales strategy.During the past years he has been focusing on CO2 transcritical application development worldwide.
Brandon Marshall is a refrigeration expert with over 12 years of experience in the design and implementation of high-efficiency systems utilizing a wide variety of today’s natural refrigerant offering and advanced control technology. Brandon has a Bachelor of Science from Pennsylvania College of technology, an affiliate school of Penn State.
In his current role, Brandon is responsible for the management and implementation of CAREL's energy saving solutions in the food service and retail manufacturing sector. Recently, Brandon has focused on assisting manufacturers in successfully incorporating natural refrigerants into their product lines.