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RACHP topics on the menu

UK: The next free-to-attend Hampshire Refrigeration Society technical breakfast briefing will cover a range of topics of interest to the RACHP sector.

The event on March 20 will include a talk on R32 VRF by Matthew White of Toshiba/Carrier, maximising heat recovery by Alec Stilling of Beijer Ref and an insight into the power of younger generations presented by Shaun Creech of City of Portsmouth College.

Commencing at 08.15 with tea, coffee, and bacon rolls, it will end around 11.00 with a question and answer session followed by networking.

The venue is Highbury College in Cosham. All are welcome but, as only 50 space are available, attendees are encouraged to book early via this link.

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