Two unmissable seminar programmes

Besides a fantastic line-up of exhibitors, The HVAC & Refrigeration Show featured  CPD accredited programmes in two seminar theatres – the HVACR Theatre sponsored by Opteon™ and the Training & Skills Theatre sponsored by Toshiba.

Both offered a three day programme, with The Training & Skills Theatre,  featuring speakers from UK and European Associations, with the Institute of Refrigeration and worldSkills UK presentations taking centre stage.

  • The HVACR Theatre

    10:30-11:00 | ‘Combination of cooling and heating based on Ammonia as refrigerant – sustainability meets efficiency at an industrial application’
     Wolfgang Dietrich, product manager chiller/heat pumps, GEA

    11:15-11:45 | ‘Chiller Technology & Efficiency’
     James Henley, chiller product manager, Daikin Applied (UK)

    12:00-12:30 | ‘Controls are Key’
    Martyn Ives, technical manager, Fujitsu General AC

    14:00-14:30 | ‘F-Gas phase down: The Cliff – how to survive the fall’
    Mark Hughes, business development manager, Opteon™


    The Training & Skills Theatre

    11:15-12:15 | Industry Insight Series – ‘The future of refrigerated transport’ (Click here for more information)

    12:30-13:00 ‘A Guide to Tackling a Project Using Air Cooled VRF’
    Rob Smelt, building services engineer, Toshiba Air Conditioning

    14:00-14:30 | ‘Mechanical & Natural Cooling Systems’
    Jason Batt, specification sales manager, Toshiba Air Conditioning

    14:45-15:15 | ‘Skills Competitions: A new way to improve employability’
    Mahad Ali, head of education & research, WorldSkills UK

  • The HVACR Theatre

    11:00-11:30 | ‘Addressing the Low Carbon/Low Emission Heat Challenge using 90C heatpumps’
    David Pearson, director, Star Renewable Energy

    11:45-12:15 | ‘A2L Refrigerants – What are they?’
    Roger Smith, product manager – refrigerants, A-Gas

    12:30-13:00 | ‘R32 – Time to Change’
    Martyn Ives, technical manager, Fujitsu General AC

    13:00-14:00 | Industry Insight Series – ‘Well buildings’ (click here for more information)

    14:15-14:45 | ‘Waiting in the Wings – low GWP mildly flammable blends for the very near future’
    Neil Roberts, technical development manager, Opteon™

    15:00-15:30 | ‘Direct, Indirect & Sub-Wet Bulb Adiabiatic Cooling – Breaking the laws of thermodynamics’
    Sarah Higgs, international sales manager, Seeley International


    The Training & Skills Theatre

    11:00-11:30 | ‘The Application of SEER and COP for VRF Systems’
    Andy Davidson, sales supervisor, Toshiba Air Conditioning

    12:00-12:30 | ‘F Gas: making it work properly. Compliance and better regulation by REFCOM’
    Graeme Fox, senior mechanical engineer, BESA

    12:45-13:15 |  ‘Skills competitions – going for gold’
    Mark Forsyth, project manager, SkillFRIDGE

    13:30-14:00 | ‘FSDF Climate Change Agreement – Latest on Current Energy and Carbon Reporting Consultation’
    Chris Sturman, chief executive, Food Storage & Distribution Federation

    14:30-15:00 | ‘F Gas, A2L refrigerants, Brexit…FETA is here to help’
    Martyn Cooper, commercial manager, FETA

  • The HVACR Theatre

    10:30-11:00 | ‘Ammonia Refrigeration Update – overview of FSDF Guidance Documents’
    Chris Sturman, chief executive, Food Storage & Distribution Federation

    11:15-11:45 | ‘Cooling the Planet: Sustainable technology for the future of HVAC&R’
    Janet Ludert, Opteon™

    12:00-12:30 | ‘Facebook beware! A new kind of business network is heating up in the HVAC industry’
    Richard Harris, CEO, Okappy

     


    The Training & Skills Theatre

    11:00-11:30 | IOR Annual Conference (click here for more information)

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Two unmissable seminar programmes

Besides a fantastic line-up of exhibitors, The HVAC & Refrigeration Show featured a CPD accredited programmes in two seminar theatres – the HVACR Theatre sponsored by Opteon™ and the Training & Skills Theatre sponsored by Toshiba.

Both offered a three day programme, with The Training & Skills Theatre,  featuring speakers from UK and European Associations, with the Institute of Refrigeration and worldSkills UK presentations taking centre stage.

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Tuesday 23 January

Time
Seminar

10:30 – 11:00

‘Combination of cooling and heating based on Ammonia as refrigerant – sustainability meets efficiency at an industrial application’
 Wolfgang Dietrich, product manager chiller/heat pumps, GEA

11:15 – 11:45

‘Chiller Technology & Efficiency’
 James Henley, chiller product manager, Daikin Applied (UK)

12:00 – 12:30

‘Controls are Key’
 Martyn Ives, technical manager, Fujitsu General AC

14:00 – 14:30

‘F-Gas phase down: The Cliff – how to survive the fall’
 Mark Hughes, business development manager, Opteon™

Wednesday 24 January

Time
Seminar

11:00 – 11:30

 ‘Addressing the Low Carbon/Low Emission Heat Challenge using 90C heatpumps’
 David Pearson, director, Star Renewable Energy

11:45 – 12:15

‘A2L Refrigerants – What are they?’
Roger Smith, product manager – refrigerants, A-Gas

12:30 – 13:00

‘R32 – Time to Change’
Martyn Ives, technical manager, Fujitsu General AC

13:00 – 14:00

Industry Insight Series – ‘Well buildings’ (click here for more information)

14:15 – 14:45

‘Waiting in the Wings – low GWP mildly flammable blends for the very near future’
Neil Roberts, technical development manager, Opteon™

15:00 – 15:30

‘Direct, Indirect & Sub-Wet Bulb Adiabiatic Cooling – Breaking the laws of thermodynamics’
Sarah Higgs, international sales manager, Seeley International

Thursday 25 January

Time
Seminar

10:30 – 11:00

‘Ammonia Refrigeration Update – overview of FSDF Guidance Documents’
Chris Sturman, chief executive, Food Storage & Distribution Federation

11:15 – 11:45

‘Cooling the Planet: Sustainable technology for the future of HVAC&R’
Janet Ludert, Opteon™

12:00 – 12:30

‘Facebook beware! A new kind of business network is heating up in the HVAC industry’
Richard Harris, CEO, Okappy

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Tuesday 23 January

Time
Seminar

12:00 – 12:30

‘A Guide to Tackling a Project Using Air Cooled VRF’
Rob Smelt, building services engineer, Toshiba Air Conditioning

13:00 – 14:00

Industry Insight Series – ‘The future of refrigerated transport’ (Click here for more information)

14:00 – 14:30

‘Mechanical & Natural Cooling Systems’
Jason Batt, specification sales manager, Toshiba Air Conditioning

14:45 – 15:15

‘Skills Competitions: A new way to improve employability’
Mahad Ali, head of education & research, WorldSkills UK

Wednesday 24 January

Time
Seminar

11:00 – 11:30

‘The Application of SEER and COP for VRF Systems’
Andy Davidson, sales supervisor, Toshiba Air Conditioning

12:00 – 12:30

‘F Gas: making it work properly. Compliance and better regulation by REFCOM’
Graeme Fox, senior mechanical engineer, BESA

12:45 – 13:15

‘Skills competitions – going for gold’
Mark Forsyth, project manager, SkillFRIDGE

13:30 – 14:00

‘FSDF Climate Change Agreement – Latest on Current Energy and Carbon Reporting Consultation’
Chris Sturman, chief executive, Food Storage & Distribution Federation

14:30 – 15:00

‘F Gas, A2L refrigerants, Brexit…FETA is here to help’
Martyn Cooper, commercial manager, FETA

Thursday 25 January

Time
Seminar

10:15 – 13:00

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