World’s largest HVAC&R Expo live with

By team, Jan 22, 2009, 16:07 1 minute reading

Next week, the 2009 AHR Expo will open its doors to more than 1,850 exhibits and 100 educational sessions on latest developments in the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry. will be reporting live from this key event.

This year’s AHR Expo is taking place on 26-28 January 2009, in Chicago, USA. The newest products and services in the HVAC&R industry are brought together into one place to help contractors, engineers, facility managers, and OEMs find state-of-the-art solutions for their next projects. More than 100 educational sessions will cover issues of energy efficiency, sustainability standards, and green building initiatives, to name just a few.

Areas covered

The AHR Expo will cover the following areas:
  • A/C, Heating & Refrigeration Systems, Equipment & Components
  • Building Automation & Controls
  • Specialized Climate Control Systems
  • Radiant Heating & Hydronic Systems
  • Ventilation & Air Movement Products
  • Labor-saving Tools, Software, Business Support Services photo gallery will be in Chicago to report on latest developments regarding CO2 Technology and immortalise them with a dedicated photo gallery. To further enhance the gallery, invites readers to send any event photos they may want to share to:

2009 ASHRAE Winter Conference held concurrently

In parallel to the AHR Expo, the 2009 ASHRAE Winter Conference is taking place on 24-28 January 2009.

Regarding CO2 technology, a seminar on “CO2 Systems, Components and Applications” (seminar 46) will be taking place on Tuesday, 27 January 2009, 11:00am-12:30pm. This seminar will provide information on state-of-the art CO2 systems and components in the entire range of applications: unitary, commercial, and industrial refrigeration, as well as air-conditioning in both subcritical and transcritical operational conditions. The presentations will reach beyond the general information on CO2 and its vapor compression cycles. Presenters include representatives from Dorin, Bitzer, SANYO Electric and Ecole des Mines de Paris.


By team (@r744)

Jan 22, 2009, 16:07

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