We have put together an extremely functional programme that breaks down all you need to know about recent developments in our industry, that will enable businesses to plan for the future with confidence.
London (PRWEB) August 31, 2013
The free CPD certified half-day event will be take place in Glasgow, Leeds and Reading and will be of benefit to those planning installation, replacement or maintenance for 2014.
The event will provide information in energy and carbon reduction, legal compliance and Health & Safety issues and will help customers identify challenges within their business and outline strategies to address the ongoing changes, providing professional and practical guidance.
The event will feature presentations by an array of senior expert engineers from Star Refrigeration, who will discuss the most timely and pressing issues that affect businesses relying on large cooling systems to operate competitively. Other senior staff from Star with expertise in different aspects of refrigeration will attend the event to provide information and advice in the more specific issues attendees might raise during the CPD certified event.
The Star team will share ideas and answer questions on different subjects ranging from R22 phase out (it is banned from 2015) to heat recovery (delivering free-hot water from cooling systems) to F-gas regulations to energy savings and to better maintenance.
David Pearson is Star’s Director of Innovation, who specialises in heat recovery and design that will help reduce energy costs to improve the performance of new and existing cooling systems. He had this to say about the event: “We have put together an extremely functional programme that breaks down all you need to know about recent developments in our industry, that will enable businesses to plan for the future with confidence.”
Star are expecting management from all industry sectors to attend and give attendees a chance to compare and learn from the experiences of other end-user.
A question and answer session with each of the speakers will be hosted after the conference to ensure attendees receive in-depth, functional advice in a convenient set-up over a complimentary lunch.
The events will be taking place in Glasgow, Leeds and Reading on 24th, 25th and 26th September, respectively. Availability to the event is limited – Registration is free at http://www.starrs2013.com