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Get workshop advice before an AC inspector calls

AIR conditioning inspectors, manufacturers, designers and accreditation bodies are being invited to a workshop to learn about getting value for money from ac inspections.
The Harmonac project has been looking into how to get best value for money from air conditioning inspections based on feedback from inspections, field trials and case studies throughout Europe and as its team reach their conclusions, the project is holding a free one day seminar to explain and discuss its findings on July 7.

The Energy Performance of Building Directive made regular inspections of air-conditioning systems mandatory in Europe but changes to it will encourage flexibility in the timing and the extent of inspections in the future.

Speakers from across Europe and the UK will discuss the project's emerging conclusions, recommendations for effective inspection procedures, how to access the database of field trials and case studies, the situations in which energy consumption records and specialised computer programmes are (and are not) useful and the inspectors' view.

The workshop will be held at BRE in Watford from 9.30am- 4pm. To book your place online click here

The IOR Annual Conference – a conference on-demand

Delegates to the IOR Annual Conference taking place from 21 to 22 April will get the chance to access the event live and all sessions and recordings for up six months afterwards providing fantastic value and allowing anyone registering for the event ...

  01-Apr-2021

New tool from RDM to measure refrigeration system efficiency

A new analytical software tool is now available that helps businesses select and manage the most efficient refrigeration systems for their premises to save energy and operating costs. Resource Data Management’s newly developed software – ...

  14-Feb-2024

Extending the application range of the SEC HD - Electric Expansion Valve Controller Heavy Duty Series

The SEC-HD is now compatible with variety of applications using CO2, hydrocarbon, and HFC refrigerants. Users can select from a range of pressure transducers tailored to their specific application and market requirements.
  20-Feb-2024
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