The biennial HVAC & Refrigeration Show, the only national exhibition for the refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation, heating and heat pump sectors, will take place next month. From 23 to 25 January, market-leaders from across the sectors will gather at London’s ExCeL, giving visitors a chance to source the latest products and solutions all under one roof.
On stand E16, award-winning building component supplier Brymec will highlight its innovative approach to providing solutions to customers. Brymec’s team will be on hand to offer further information on its industry-leading customer offering, including its brand new website with special offers available for those signing up over the course of the show.
Brymec marketing manager Wayne D’Aranjo says: “The show will be an ideal opportunity for those who haven’t worked with us previously to speak to our team to find out what we can offer. We plan to showcase pioneering, top quality products that make the installer’s life easier and more productive – but we don’t want to simply show them in a static display. I believe our stand promises to be one of the most striking and interactive.”
External filtration specialist RAB Specialist Engineers Ltd – known in the UK as RABScreen – will be on stand C6, exhibiting its air intake filter screens which can be manufactured to fit any size or shape using its unique mounting and deployment systems.
Commenting on the company’s presence at the show, managing director Richard Betts says: “Our presence at the show is to demonstrate our commitment to energy efficient filtration, and to ensure that anyone involved in the sector gets the opportunity to buy the right products from the only external filter specialist in the UK.”
Visitors to the stand will be able to browse samples of RAB Screen’s media and magnetic styles, as well as the all new Keder track and cord system and the GVS Bacticell filter.
With Thermofin’s product development focusing on efficient and natural-friendly solutions, visitors to stand A25 will be able to find out more about the company’s new heat exchangers, electrical components and elements improving the efficiency of its products.
Thermofin’s qualified technical engineers will be available to answer any questions regarding its heat exchangers operated with natural refrigerants and reduced power consumption, and assist with knowledge in order to realise new common projects.
A full list of companies taking to the lively exhibition floor can be found online here: www.hvacrshow.com/exhibitor-list
Further to sourcing new products from market-leaders, visitors will be able to take advantage of the wealth of knowledge on offer at the show.
The brand new Industry Insight Series will see a leading panel of experts participate in a number of debates centred on key industry issues over the course of the three day exhibition.
One insight will focus on how buildings can be measured for ‘wellness’ and the impact this can have on its occupants, while the other will look at the future of chilled food transport in the wake of Brexit, with chief executive of the Food Store & Distribution Federation, Chris Sturman, acting as chair.
Sturman says: “I am delighted to be chairing the Industry Insight Series discussion about the future of the chilled food transport post Brexit. I will be inviting key players from retail, food logistics and government agencies to join me for an in depth look at the threats to the food supply chain and the messages that the UK and EU negotiators must consider in their discussions.”
The show will also feature two seminar theatres; The HVACR Theatre sponsored by Opteon and the Training & Skills Theatre sponsored by Toshiba. The action-packed seminar programme will feature CPD accredited presentations by key industry figures from market-leading companies. The full seminar programme will be announced in due course.