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Eco Aluminium Pipe joins sponsor Adande at technology forum

Eco Aluminium Pipe has signed up for the forthcoming Cooling Awards Technology Forum, to held Friday 7th September

The event is designed to give a platform for companies shortlisted at this year’s Cooling Awards to debate the impact of recent developments in technology, alongside the market leading end users and industry experts.

Tony Madden, of Eco Aluminium Pipe, will be joining the confirmed panel to discuss benefits of the company’s technology.

Eco says the benefits of aluminium pipe include stable and low price compared to using copper, together with improved system weight in HVAC & R applications.

The company joins commercial catering refrigeration manufacturer company Adande as a sponsor of this unique event

The RAC Cooling Awards Technology Forum will be held in the main boardrooms of RAC’s headquarters, near Euston, London on Friday 7th September 2012 at 9am.

Chaired by the RAC editor Andrew Gaved, our panellists will prompt discussion on new ways to reduce energy usage, cut emissions and also cut carbon output, around a framework of issues such as legislation, training and industry standards.

Delegate seating is FREE and includes a buffet breakfast and a chance to network with fellow attendees after the event. Space is limited so please do register with us by replying to this email, or contacting me, Alex Frayne, on 0207 728 3580.

Key areas of discussion will be: - 

•             Energy efficiency

•             The carbon question

•             Integrating heating and cooling

•             Training and new technology

•             Natural refrigerants

•             Beyond the cutting edge

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