17 November 2011

Panasonic launches heat pump open day

PANASONIC is running a series of Aquarea open days at its PRO Academy Training Centre in Bracknell to help contractors, installers and end-users get to grips with the latest heat pump technology.
Running on Fridays until the middle of December, the Panasonic PRO Academy will host focused air-to-water heat pump sessions, allowing customers to see first-hand how the system works and to learn about the skills required in designing and installing Panasonic Aquarea Heat Pumps.

'This technology is a fantastic initiative for our distributors as well as a great introduction for contractors keen to work with the most energy efficient heat pumps on the market,' explains David Livingstone, Panasonic's UK technical specialist. 'Heat pumps represent a huge growth opportunity for our industry. But it's important to fully understand and appreciate the technology and its application. The Aquarea air-to-water heat pump range leads the market in performance, so getting up close and seeing the products in action at one of these Open Days is the perfect place to start.'

The open days are for a limited time only, running until the 16 December 2011. Places are available on a strictly first-come, first-served basis. Full Aquarea training courses are also available through Panasonic, which explore the technology, design, installation and commissioning of Aquarea systems in more detail.

To book a place on an open day or to attend a full training course, contact David Livingstone on, or call 01344 853640.

Follow HVROnlineEditor on Twitter

World Refrigeration Day

Industry has embraced the inaugural World Refrigeration Day (WRD) with events happening all over the world....


Turnkey compressed air project design and delivery

Atlas Copco’s experts can design, specify and coordinate your compressed air project while you focus on what you do best instead....


New Zanotti GM Wall Mounted Monoblock

AFR Refrigeration Ltd introduces the new GM range of through wall mounted monoblocks with refreshed modern appearance and upgraded touch style control panel keypad.
ACR News is the number one magazine in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. Don’t miss out, subscribe today!
Subcribe to ACR News


25th IIR International Congress of Refrigeration
International Conference on Compressors and their Systems
TQ Environmental "Refrigerant & Gas Monitoring" Mark Scott
Hampshire Cool Talk Breakfast Briefing
Queen Mary University "Enhanced condensation heat transfer" Huasheng Wang