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IOR to host natural refrigerants conference on 21st August

Experts to gather in Edinburgh to for the International Institute of Refrigeration 12th Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluid Conference

The Institute of Refrigeration’s will be will be hosting a three day meeting of the leading international refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump innovators and researchers on 21st -24th August 2016 at the International Institute of Refrigeration 12th Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluid Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The conference is expected to attract 350 delegates giving over 140 papers - sharing their vision of the future of natural working fluids. The event will showcase the development and new application of natural working fluids.

In addition programmed activities will encourage delegates to interact on issues critical to how natural refrigerants are going to be used in the future:

  • Total cost of ownership of systems
  • The impact of indirect emissions
  • Comparing the most efficient solutions
  • Ensuring safe and reliable operation
  • Component development and availability
  • The circular economy

The programme design will provide opportunities to discuss the latest developments in the application of research into natural working fluid use, short courses and the technical tours will be a strong feature of the event.

The conference will explore in depth, using debates and interactive sessions, how we can ensure a sustainable future for natural working fluids in the face of the increasingly challenging global, political, legislative and economic environment.

The conference will take place from the 21st-24th August in Edinburgh, one of the UK’s most vibrant cities. During August the city also hosts the Edinburgh International Festival which is one of the most exciting arts festivals in the world.

Details about the event and the call for abstracts will be announced at the conference website www.gl2016.com.

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