HVAC 2015 seminar schedule for UK Construction Week

  • 12 May 2015

Spanning across the first three days of UK Construction week (6-8 October), HVAC 2015 will comprise of debates, workshops and panel discussions focusing on the key issues around the HVAC industry – with participation from leading innovators, training providers and manufacturers within the sector.

HVAC 2015 will take place as part of UK Construction Week

Day One

An introductory guide to under-floor heating systems is scheduled for the first morning.

Designed to help those looking to capitalise on the current increase in demand for more efficient heating solutions – the focus will then move to the future of refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pumps.

The first day will also include a discussion about energy reduction strategies for commercial buildings.

Day Two

The second day of HVAC 2015 will focus on high-efficiency boilers available in the UK, as well as a practical session on how to future proof HVAC design.

This will be followed by a technical session on the properties of air and how it can be influenced to obtain specific environment requirements.

Day Three

The final day of seminar content will tackle the diversifying field of HVAC controls, with experts sharing tips on how to get the most out of control systems and what is set to become possible with controls in the near future.

Energy efficiency in central heating systems will also be discussed.

Each of the three days will be concluded with a Meet the Installer networking session, designed to link main contractors and manufacturers with installers – providing opportunities to generate new business and long-term partnerships.

UK Construction Week will take place between 6-11 October, with trade days from 6-8 October. Over 1,000 exhibitors and 55,000 visitors will be in attendance for the event, at the NEC in Birmingham.

Contact:

Media 10 Limited,
Crown House,
151 High Road,
Loughton,
United Kingdom,
IG10 4LF

Phone: 020 3225 5200
Fax: 020 3225 5202

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