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nVent HOFFMAN continually offers free webinars across various industries and applications. Our webinars are designed to help you learn about best practices increasing productivity, ratings and standards, and industry trends.  Available both live and on-demand, nVent HOFFMAN webinars help customers be more knowledgeable of equipment protection and design.

Below are links to upcoming webinars, plus recorded presentations that include topics such as Food & Beverage, Safety Applications, and Data Networking. Enjoy the presentations and keep checking for new topics that are added.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Connecting Workers and Employees with Panel Shop Automation Solutions

Thursday, March 16, 2023 | 10:30 Am CDT

Renewable Power Generation

Thursday, April 6, 2023 |  10:30 AM CDT

Know the Three Levels of Hygienic Design Protection

Thursday, April 20, 2023 | 10:30 AM CDT

2023 WEBINAR SCHEDULE

DATE

TIME

TOPIC

LINK

Thursday, March 16, 2023

10:30 AM CDT

Connecting Workers and Employees with Panel Shop Automation Solutions

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Thursday, April 6, 2023

10:30 AM CDT

Renewable Power Generation

REGISTER

Thursday, April 20, 2023

10:30 AM CDT

Know the Three Levels of Hygienic Design Protection

REGISTER

PAST INDUSTRIAL WEBINARS

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Extreme Environments Need Extreme Defense

Rain. Snow. Sleet. Wind, Hail. Salt Spray. Acids. Alkalis. Solvents. Controls need to operate no matter where they are deployed, regardless of how extreme the environment. Making sure controls are enclosed in easily accessed control cabinets with confidence they will stay protected is the desire of engineers and maintenance personnel alike. Join us as we look at some of the challenges faced, and the solutions proposed for these applications.

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Simplifying Working Safely: Joint Webinar with Panduit and Rockwell Automation

To mitigate risk in electrical applications, it is imperative to simplify the process of working safely on enclosures. OSHA 29 CFR 1910, subpart S, and NFPA 70E recognizes arc flash as a known Hazard, and charges employers to keep their workers safe. Join Panduit, nVent HOFFMAN and Rockwell Automation as we will address engineering controls that isolate and disconnect line voltage, and verify absence of voltage in the control enclosure. Together, Panduit , nVent HOFFMAN and Rockwell Automation create solutions that help to improve safety, increase reliability, and ensure uptime in a variety of Industrial applications.

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Industrial Ratings and Standards

We look at some of the changes and proposed changes to common standards that affect industrial control panels.

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Industrial Electrical Safety

NFPA publishes reports documenting how many people every year are injured or perish from electrical safety incidents in the workplace. In this webinar, we will review some of the best practices as documented in NFPA 70E and IEEE 1584 and look at how nVent HOFFMAN is providing products for a safer workplace.

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Food Grade Ratings for Food Processing Equipment

Public health has become a major focus around the world with the focus on preventing the spread of diseases. In many countries, policies for food safety have been in place for decades, some have been more recent, and some have very little regulation. In this webinar we will compare food safety regulations in three different countries to show similarities. 

PAST DATA SOLUTIONS WEBINARS

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Data Center Liquid Cooling Mission Critical Campaign

Hybrid Cooling (Liquid and Air)

Matt Archibald talks about recent innovations and legacy innovations that have helped Data Centers keep servers running at an optimal temperature. We will address the fear of water and electronics being in close proximity. We will also look at products that nVent HOFFMAN has taken to provide products and systems to keep the electronics cool and dry.

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Cooling Components in Data Centers

Data drives us. Communication is continuous. Information is constantly being transferred to the cloud and back. All of those compute cycles create heat in the servers which needs to be dissipated to keep the servers from overheating. Come join us as we hear from Matt Archibald as he speaks about the changing nature of cooling in Data Centers.

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Security Applications

Cameras are everywhere. In some municipalities, police have employed not only cameras but “shot detectors” to make sure their cameras are facing the right direction during an event. Remote security at power transformers ensures that people do not tamper with equipment and assume they will get away with it. Outdoor building security needs the cameras to be protected. We will look at different applications and how we can help ensure critical infrastructure is secure.

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Deploying Equipment in Seismic Zones

Seismic activity has caused many municipalities to enact requirements of mission-critical infrastructure. nVent has decades of experience in seismic areas and has developed products to meet the demanding needs of these areas. Join us as we look at some of the innovative solutions on the market to keep equipment safe in seismic zones.

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Datacom: From Data Centers to Edge Computing

It has often been said that the mobile phones we have today had more computing power than the computer that landed the Apollo spacecraft on the moon. Dr. Gordon Moore, the founder of Intel, stated that semiconductor transistor speed is doubling every 18 to 24 months. Today we have become dependent upon electronics, and the more we consume, the more infrastructure needs to be in place to support the demand. We will look at trends and how nVent is positioned to help the infrastructure need.