RAC’s popular New Refrigerants Question Time returns to discuss air conditioning and refrigeration issues for the ‘transition gases’, as well as HFOs - and includes the very latest on the carmakers and refrigerants.
A-Gas, Honeywell and Daikin have all signed up to sponsor what promises to be the biggest and most topical New Refrigerants Question Time yet on the morning of Friday 24th May.
The event will take place in the lecture theatre of London South Bank University, thanks to the support of LSBU’s Engineering, Science and Built Engineering faculty.
Now in its third year, the free event is particularly well-timed as it will cover a number of current topics, including:
- The latest developments on the carmakers and HFOs - and why the Daily Mail is wrong
- The impact of the F-Gas proposals on future refrigerant use.
- The practical considerations for the ‘transition’ gases such as R32 and the R407 series
- The legislation and standards issues to address around flammability.
- And of course, an expert panel responding to questions from the audience. Panel so far includes speakers from Honeywell and Daikin, Brian Churchyard of Asda, Paul Alway of Marks and Spencer and Ray Gluckman of consultant Enviros.
This is also a unique opportunity for companies to raise brand awareness in the industry, and to network with key industry figures, while discussing the major issues affecting the industry in 2013 - see attached document for full details of sponsorship and presentation options. Please contact Alex Frayne on 020 3033 2904
Attendance is free, but you must register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, title and company, using New Refrigerants Question Time as the subject.