UK: The South West and South Wales Refrigeration Society (SWRS) will hold its first technical breakfast meeting next month with lectures discussing heat pumps, CO2, apprenticeships and refrigerants.
This free morning meeting for service engineers, technicians, projects, sales and management teams will be held a Bath College on April 13.
Business development consultant Ebner Heatley will kick off the presentations with a talk on the activities of Bath College. An overview of the Q-Ton CO2 heat pump by Alan Harvey of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will be followed by Joe Raftery of Samsung Climate Solutions talking about new high temperature heat pumps. Finally, Dave Richards of Climalife (IDS Refrigeration) will give an update on refrigerants.
The morning will provide ample time for questions on topical issues and the opportunity to network with others working in the area.
While the event is free to attend prior registration is essential.