David Luna Vice-President of Sales and Marketing, Orion Fans With 36 years of experience in sales and marketing management, David served 13 years with SW Marketing Electronics Manufacturing Representatives, five years as Regional Manager with Raltron Electronics, and for the past 18 years as VP of Sales and Marketing with Knight Electronics - Orion Fans. David holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University. Currently, he is a member of the board with the North Texas District Export Council appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce. David is also involved with the Global Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Commercial Service Group of the USDOC, and the ITC (International Trade Council).
Jay Crutti Engineering Manager, Knight Electronics Jay Crutti, Engineering Manager for Knight Electronics, has worked professionally as an engineer for 23 years. Jay's diverse background includes expertise in electricalengineering, information technology, and audio-visual technology. At Knight Electronics, Jay manages the production and engineering of products across the Orion Fans, Io Audio Technologies, and Knight Educational product lines. Jay's focus on providing unique product value helps Knight Electronics continue to exceed customer expectations after more than 40 years in business. Jay has a Bachelor of Science in Music Business and a master’s in Business Administration, both from Loyola University in New Orleans, LA.

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Unique air flows, sealed and submersible compartments, low noise, harsh environments and power efficiency are just some of the trends creating significant challenges for effective and cost-efficient cooling and thermal management across a broad range of industries and applications. In fact, these and other developments have led designers to add fans to systems that may already utilize passive cooling technologies, such as heat sinks and heat spreaders. But designing fans into an application may also have to address considerations such as mechanical failures, increased acoustic noise, and increased power consumption by the fan itself. In this webinar, we’ll look at the advantages of various fan technology, the design challenges engineers must address, and the innovative solutions some OEMs have developed by partnering with a trusted fan manufacturer.

In this webinar, Editor-in-Chief Kate Smith and Orion Fans’ Vice President of Marketing David Luna and Engineering Manager Jay Crutti will discuss the cooling trends impacting a variety of markets and applications—particularly those affected by supply chain issues. The trio will discuss how evolving market trends are driving the development of new cooling solutions utilizing AC, DC, and EC fan technology. More specifically, they’ll talk about the latest application-specific fans utilized across a broad range of industries, such as high static pressure fans, IP68 and IP69K-rated fans, louvered-filter fan kits, fireproof filters, reversible flow fans, and high-temperature fans.

  • Applications include:
    • Critical medical devices/medical imaging
    • Indoor and outdoor kiosks
    • Zone 2 and harsh environments
    • Food and beverage
    • Applications involving dynamic control of airflow pathways
    • Electric vehicles
    • Telecom
    • Process Control
  • People who should attend include:
    • Design engineers, hardware engineers, mechanical engineers, engineering management
    • Purchasing/procurement professionals

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