3 March 2010 | Institute of Mechanical Engineers, London
Learn about the new technology set to transform the acr industry
Join fellow industry professionals at the IMechE for an unmissable practical insight into the new cutting edge technologies set to transform the future of the refrigeration and air conditioning industry.
Hear expert speakers on:
Can micro additives transform plant performance?
Magnetic bearing compressors
The new generation of virtually friction-free compressors that could replace conventional technologies.
Revolutionary fault diagnosis
How a 15-minute check can pinpoint performance problems and future failure – while plant is still running.
Transforming plant efficiency
More than half of all acr systems underperform. How to easily spot it and stop it – and save thousands of pounds.
The chiller revolution
Insight into a new type of ultra-efficient chiller that can halve energy costs
New heat exchange technology
A leader in micro-channel heat exchangers reveals the latest advances
HFOs – the new refrigerants
Will HFOs become the new mainstream refrigerants of choice?
New hydrocarbon blends
With pressure on HFCs, could a new range of high-tech HC blends step in?
Scroll compressors for heating
A new market is opening up as compressors are harnessed for heating
Who Shoud Attend?
Get ahead of the game in understanding the new technology, how it works and how it will transform the industry
Apply new approaches to your business ahead of competitors
Know which traditional technologies could be superseded
Offer your customers the latest solutions to improve performance and cut their costs
Give yourself and your business a decisive competitive advantage
Network with the experts developing and applying new approaches
Welcome and Introduction
Graeme Fox, immediate past chairman of HVCA, RAC Group and Director of AREA
Performance inspections for optimising rac plant
Klas Berglof, ClimaCheck, Sweden
An overview of Turbocor oil-free turbine technology
Georg Schoeninger, Turbocor, Danfoss
Practical applications of new turbine compressor technology
Ken Strong, Cool-Therm, in partnership with Klima-Therm and Geoclima
The heat exchange revolution: microox micro-channel technology
Justin Schofield and Joseph Ria, H Guntner UK Limited
Improving performance with chemically engineered additives
Opportunities for harnessing new HC refrigerant blends
Nicholas Cox, Earthcare Products Ltd
Scroll compressor development for heating applications
New developments in compressor design
Michael Henchoz, Bitzer UK
From HCFCs to HFOs – new solutions for the future
Dr Frank Rinne, DuPont Refrigerants
How to secure your place
Conference tickets are available at the early bird rate of £349 until 31 January. The standard delegate rate is £399 + VAT .