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IoR signs MOU with ISHRAE

The agreement which takes the form of a Memorandum of Understanding was signed on April 23 in Brussels. Pictured are (l to r) Subramaniam Chandrasekaran, president ISHRAE, Miriam Rodway, CEO of the IOR, Vishal Kapur, immediate past president of ISHRAE, and Steve Gill, president IoR

UK: The Institute of Refrigeration has announced a co-operation with the Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE).

The two organisations say they share the mutual objectives of promoting co-operation and advancement in science and practice of technologies and are ideally placed, therefore, to share expertise, publications and publicity.

The first output of this co-operation will be an offer to allow ISHRAE members access to some of the IoR’s extensive library of on-line refrigeration technical information. 

ISHRAE has also offered IoR the opportunity to be present and give a talk at the forthcoming REFCOLD exhibition and conference in Gandhinagar, India from 2224 November 2018. 

IoR President Steve Gill said that he was really pleased to be launching the co-operative agreement with ISHRAE. “I’m sure they will make good use of the wealth of technical information the IoR can share, especially on the rapidly changing topic of refrigerants. I’m equally pleased that ISHRAE is so enthusiastic about sharing their events and activities with IoR members and look forward to working with them more closely over the coming years,” he said.

ISHRAE president Subramaniam Chandrasekaran, added: “We are confident that this association will bring in a lot of value to the members in reaching out to the best design and operation practices of refrigeration system from the enriched Institute in UK. A lot of opportunity also exists in sharing of technical articles that can be shared through the journals that both the Societies bring forth and that can really spiral off into some research activities and interaction between the world of academia in the areas of natural working fluids and newer refrigerants.”

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