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IDS Climalife to hold refrigerant seminars

IDS Climalife has announced it will be holding a series of free half-day refrigerant seminars across the country during February and March 2013.

A number of key industry topics are set to be covered, including how the F-Gas proposals may affect you? What is the future for R404A? What low GWP options exist, their availability, use and suitability for a range of applications?

Furthermore, there’s a focus energy efficiency, sustainability, what an A2L refrigerant means, the final days before R22 and HCFC phase-out and lots more useful information.

Industry speakers including Honeywell and DuPont will be present to give talks and answer questions, as well as members of the Climalife team. A light lunch will follow the presentations, providing an opportunity for networking.

Open to Climalife customers and associates, the seminars will take place in the following locations:

·         Tuesday 26th Febraury – Bristol: The Gables Hotel, Falfield,

·         Tuesday 12th March – Warrington: Fir Grove Hotel, Warrington

·         Wednesday 13th March – Leeds: Mercure Wetherby

·         Tuesday 19th March – Birmingham: Grimstock Country House Hotel, Coleshill

·         Thursday 21st March – London: Novotel Heathrow,

All delegates are requested to register before attending and may do so by contacting Laura Haim (Marketing Co-ordinator) by telephone or email stating how many colleagues they you wish to bring and also the venue of choice: Email: lhaim@climalife.dehon.com, Telephone: 01179 802520

For further information please contact: Laura Haim, Marketing Co-ordinator for Climalife in the UK. Date of issue: 16th January 2013

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