Ammonia/CO2 industrial refrigeration system and CO2 training course are in the running.
ARBS Chairman Ian Hopkins at the ARBS 2019 awards ceremony.
At the Air Conditioning, Refrigeration Building Services (ARBS) 2020 exhibition in May, which will honor the best the nation’s local HVAC&R industry has to offer, a CO2 systems training course and an ammonia/CO2 industrial refrigeration NewTon installation are in the running.
The ARBS 2020 Industry Awards, in its 10th year, aim to reward the talent in Australia that sustains the industry, fostering an environment where innovation and initiative can thrive, according to a recent ARBS press release.
A panel of industry experts evaluated nominations based on criteria such as leadership, sustainability, performance and originality and selected the finalists. Winners will be announced at a gala dinner to be held at ARBS on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. ARBS runs from May 19-21.
Sue Falcke, ARBS Exhibition Manager, said the industry is constantly evolving to meet the needs of a changing landscape, which is reflected in the lineup of finalists this year.
The finalists in five categories are:
ARBS Project Excellence Award
ARBS Outstanding Industry Education/Training Award
ARBS Young Achiever Award
ARBS Product Excellence Award
ARBS Software/Digital Excellence Award