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London Refrigeration Society looks to future and past with new talks programme

Society welcomes new members to share their cooling experiences and knowledge

One of the industry’s most seasoned societies, the London Refrigeration Society, has published its new talks programme, with a varied series of topics that ranges across refrigeration and AC technology and experience. The LRS describes itself as ’a society of active refrigeration engineers with hands-on experience’, with a history going back 50 years.

The Society meets in South East London at The Greenwich Tavern [1 King William Walk, Greenwich] on the second Thursday of the month from September to April for updates in technology, legislation and information on associated products.

The meetings, from 7.30 till 9.30 pm, feature a guest speaker with Q&As, with the rest of the time for ‘networking’ and society business.

The LRS is inviting all industry technicians, trainees, managers “et al” to come and join them.

The 2018 programme is as follows:

  • 13th September 2018 Chris Green, Artic Circle: Storing waste heat under car-parks
  • 11th October 2018 John Bawden, Testo: Smart solutions for Refrigeration and AC Engineers
  • 8th November 2018 Graeme Fox, Refcom: The latest on Refrigerants
  • 5th December 2018 Joint Meeting with the IOR: “Historical talk at the Canal Museum”
  • 10th January 2019 Richard Metcalfe ICS Cool Energy tbc
  • 14th February 2019 Nigel Manning Heronhill: Cellar Cooling
  • 14th March 2019 tbc
  • 11th April 2019 London Walk


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