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Bath College to showcase Daikin heating system

Daikin has joined forces with the City of Bath College to showcase the latest generation, high efficient heating system, which will be used by students studying refrigeration and air conditioning courses.

The new Daikin Altherma heating system features renewable and heat pump technology, paving the way for a series of new courses at the College based around efficient heating systems, including solar thermal systems.

Simon Robinson, air conditioning lecturer, said: “To have such an impressive new heating system installed at the College is great news. Not only does it benefit our students by providing them with the opportunity to learn about the very latest in heating technology, it also underlines the College’s excellent links with leading businesses.

“We are extremely grateful to Daikin UK for choosing us out of all the colleges in the South West to showcase the latest industry innovation.

“More and more emphasis is being put on the introduction of green energy solutions, so having knowledge of such heating systems will be of great benefit to our students, giving them important skills that they can take with them into the workplace.”

Gary Barrington, Daikin UK Training Manager, said: “We are very pleased to have developed a solid working relationship with City of Bath College. As market leading suppliers we are committed to ensuring that the next generation of engineers have the specialist skills to install, commission and maintain the latest innovative products.”

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