Raul Simonetti

Raul Simonetti joined CAREL INDUSTRIES S.p.A. in 2000 as a Product Specialist for humidification. He dealt with sales support and training for several years, making presentations at specialist events.
Following a period as Application Manager at the Climate Business Unit (humidification and evaporative cooling systems), since 2014 he has been HVAC/R Corporate Business Manager for all CAREL businesses.
His role involves active participation as CAREL’s representative at ASHRAE Conferences in USA; he is also directly involved in associations that represent the industry in dealings with the institutions, either directly (via EPEE and EUROVENT in Europe) or indirectly through other colleagues (EUROVENT again, AHRI in USA, CRAA in China).
  Humidification: renewed interest! Refrigerants: feeling the “natural” pressure?   The ASHRAE Winter Conference was held on 20-24 January 2018, during some mild winter
You know that chill you feel on your face on a foggy day? Well, it’s caused by the heat released by your body to the small airborne droplets of moisture that touch your skin and evaporate. This is
Any parent knows that kids want to get what they wish for now, and in the form and shape they like, and without wasting energy and time to get it and enjoy it , and, and, … This is typical
On September 15, 2017, the Eureka Roadshow Italy , organised by EPEE and EVIA, with Centro Studi Galileo as its partner and CAREL and ZIEHL-ABEGG as sponsors , was held at the nh Laguna
Technological innovation is a part of the DNA of all companies that offer high-efficiency solutions and seek to anticipate market demands, to grasp needs that are yet to be expressed and to
The 2017 ASHRAE Summer Conference was held in the westernmost part of the USA, specifically at the legendary Long Beach, in California, on June 23-28. What brought a few thousand people to
Las Vegas, Nevada, the city of fun, gambling, good food and many, many wonderful shops inside glittering hotels! I spent there a few days there for the 2017 ASHRAE Winter Conference at the end
Brief history of CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs, HFOs and natural refrigerants The damage caused by chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) to the ozone layer led to the
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