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Dr Norbert Kämmer joins ASERCOM

Dr Norbert Kämmer is joining the Association of European Component Manufacturers (ASERCOM) certification committee for air-cooled condensing units as senior delegate.

Dr Norbert Kämmer.

He relieves Christian Desjardins, who has successfully established the certification programme in the European market with his team.

Dr Kämmer has extensive experience in refrigeration engineering and experience, particularly in regard to the development of compressors and condensing units, from his many years as vice president, development at Emerson Climate Technologies.

With Dr Kämmer on board, ASERCOM hopes to attract more potential participants to the air-cooled condensing units certification programme, which is open to all manufacturers and producers.

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