KHLim i-NET was a partner in the Europe project to provide information on the safe, efficient and reliable application of low GWP refrigerants such as carbon dioxide, hydrocarbon, HFOs and ammonia.
The presentation at KHLim (Katholieke Hogeschool Limburg) will be included within a wider programme discussing the F-gas regulations and related issues.
Presentations include a look at the new regulations by Linda Buddaert, general secretary of the Belgian air conditioning and refrigeration association UBF-ACA; Daikin’s Hilde Dhont will discuss R32 and Berten Vandebroek, project manager at Axima Refrigeration, will describe the company’s involvement with CO2 projects. The advantages and benefits of the REAL Alternatives programme will be discussed by i-NET’s Marnik Lenaerts and Peter Vuegen.
The event takes place at iNET (UC Louvain Limburg), Center South 2413/40C, 3530 Houthalen, next Tuesday, April 28, beginning at 19.30
Participation is free but registration is required via www.khlim.be.