Ken Mortensen is the President of the Cooling Technology Institute (CTI). Ken is the Senior Manager of Research and Development for SPX Cooling Technologies. Ken has been with SPX/Marley for more than 40 years. Ken graduated in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and completed an MBA at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri in 2000.
Our Mission As a broad based industry association, our mission is to advocate and promote, for the benefit of the public, the use of all environmentally responsible, commercial cooling technologies, such as wet cooling towers, air-cooled condensers, dry coolers, indirect cooling, and hybrid systems, by encouraging: · Education on these technologies · Development of codes, standards, and guidelines · Development, use, and oversight of independent performance verification and certification programs · Research to improve these technologies · Advocacy and dialog on the benefits of cooling technologies with Government Agencies and other organizations with shared interests Technical information exchange
Ken has authored a number of technical papers and holds a number of Patents for Fire-resistant Cooling Tower Design, Film Fills, Water Filtration, and Water Conservation. He is a registered engineer in the State of Kansas. Ken became the President of the Cooling Technology Institute [CTI] in February.
The Cooling Technology Institute, our mission is to advocate and promote the use of all environmentally responsible commercial cooling technologies. From information exchanges to dialogs on the benefits of different cooling technologies with government agencies the world over, we work hard to present a forum that unites manufacturers, suppliers, and owners and operators with a single voice dedicated to safety and innovation. Learn more about who we are and the work we do every day.