London organisation offers variety of ’out of season’ meetings
The London Refrigeration Society has published its 2019-2020 programme, as the society, now more than half a century old, seeks to keep members informed of developments in cooling and to grow its numbers.
The society’s chairman Brendan O’Reilly said: “We hope, through the keenness of newcomers to the trade, that we will still be around for another 50 years, helping to pass on our knowledge, and encouraging suppliers and manufacturers to share their expertise and developments with the active guys at the sharp end. We would like to invite all readers: technicians, trainees and managers to come and join us.’’
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month, from September to April at 7.30 pm at the Greenwich Tavern, 1 King William Walk , Greenwich, SE10 9JH (apart from the joint meeting with IOR on December 4, see below).
Anyone interested can attend for free, but an annual membership fee of £15 brings members emailed reports on the previous month’s topics.
- 12 September “Refrigerant & Gas Monitoring” Mark Scott, TQ Environmental
- 10 October “Enhanced condensation heat transfer” Huasheng Wang, Queen Mary University
- 14 November “Maintenance is King at the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich” Trevor Dann, Thermozone
- 4 December Joint meeting with the IOR. Historical talk at the RAF Museum Hendon
- 10 January Fujitsu “The Latest Technology” Rob Broughton, Ultimate Air
- 14 February “Reduce Heating Bills by up to 15%” Ben Salon, Endo Enterprises
- 14 March TBC
- 11 April London Walk