AIR-CONDITIONING firms and professionals will cast their vote in the S-Factor on September 25, with sustainable technologies facing scrutiny from a panel of experts at London HEVAR.
The Royal Horticultural Halls in London's Greycoat Street will host industry exhibition 'London HEVAR' from September 24-25 where experts will discuss whether ground source and air source heat pumps are truly sustainable.
ACR professionals can hear arguments for and against various 'sustainable' technologies' and vote for the technology they think is most sustainable by visiting London HEVAR's Greycoat street venue on September 25.
For the first time ever at London HEVAR, an ACR seminar programme is being run and will be presented by past and present ACRIB and IOR representatives.
ACR seminars held on September 24 include:
Air Conditioning Inspections
Energy efficiency in practice
Getting the measure: efficient measuring of Cooling and Heat Pump systems
Part 1 Refrigerants - the R22 phase out - what are your options?
Alternative refrigerants to HFCs.
Don't break the law- the essential regulation guidelines such as F-gas explained.
London HEVAR 08 is CPD accredited and time spent at seminars contributes to building services professionals CPD requirements.
The HVAC exhibition is free to attend. Nearly 1,000 visitors have logged onto hevar.co.uk to register attendance at London HEVAR 08. To pre-register your attendance CLICK HERE
This year, 11 more firms will exhibit industry products and services at London HEVAR for the first time.
Industry professionals can book a meeting space at London HEVAR to liaise with news and old contacts.
To register attendance at London HEVAR, see a full seminar programme or book a 'Meet the Buyer' meeting space visit LondonHEVAR