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40 H VA C 2 0 1 7 Heat and greet at HVAC 2017 HVAC 2017 returns for its third consecutive year and is promising even more cutting-edge products and solutions for visitors. Keep abreast of the latest happenings in the HVAC world and connect with like-minded professionals at the largest HVAC 2017 returns as part of UK Construction Week and takes place at the NEC in Birmingham on October 10-12, 2017. Visitors will be spoilt for choice, with access to eight other specialist shows all under one roof, including Energy 2017 and Smart Buildings 2017. Some 30,000 people were in attendance last year with more expected through the doors this October. HVAC 2017 is an event dedicated to heating, ventilation and air conditioning and hosts a wide selection of the industry’s leading brands. It will focus on renewables, innovation and power solutions within the building environment and explore the reduction of costs through energy saving ideas. As well as hearing about the most recent legislation changes, visitors can take part in industry discussions, practical workshops and networking events to further both their personal and business development. The show is tailored to meet the requirements of engineers, contractors, installers, architects and specifiers within the building engineering sector. Backed by industry leaders, including BESA, FETA, CORGI, HEVAC, GSHPA and BCAS, HVAC 2017 is set to be this year’s must-attend event with the latest innovations from leading manufacturers on show in the exclusive Innovation Trail. Attendees will be invited to explore newly released products, solutions and working practices which will take the market by storm. TV broadcasters and industry experts Steph McGovern, George Clarke and Tom Dyckhoff will kick off proceedings over the three-day event by introducing the show from the main stage, where a whole host of topics will be discussed with impressive demonstrations. What’s more, following recent tragic events and in response to public demand, HVAC 2017 has incorporated a new addition for 2017: Free CPD certified workshops offering advice and guidance. These workshops tackle safety, quality and fire prevention to help protect both businesses and occupants of buildings across the UK. They are unbiased and factual workshops which will separate the facts from sensationalism and ensure that our industry is completely informed and up-to-date with the latest views, findings and legislation. The CPD and workshop are tailored for professionals responsible for building safety, quality and fire prevention. Make sure you book your place early as spaces are limited with over 2,000 people signed up to date. Register your interest for the free CPD-certified safety workshops at: info@ukconstructionweek.com For your eyes only As part of UK Construction Week, visitors to HVAC 2017 are highly privileged to be among the first people to be present at two exclusive premieres of an international scale. Firstly, Ten Fold will demonstrate its hugely impressive and versatile technology. Attendees will be in for a treat as it will deploy its TF-64 free-to-attend trade show of its kind in the UK “Visitors will be spoilt for choice with access to eight other specialist shows all under one roof, including Energy 2017 and Smart Buildings 2017” Below is a selection of some of the key HVAC 2017 seminars: Speaker: BEAMA Topic: Indoor Air Quality – Problems and Solutions Date/Time: October 11, 12:45–13:45 Speaker: Cadent Gas Limited Topic: How will we be heating our homes in 2050? Date/Time: October 11, 13:45–14:15 Speaker: nPower Topic: nPower Energy Management Qualification Date/Time: October 12, 10:45–11:15 Speaker: Minibems Topic: Impact Of Variable Flow And Temperature Control On Complex Heat Systems Date/time: October 12, 11:45–12:15 Speaker: Ground Source Heat Pump Association Topic: Ground-source Heat Pump Boreholes – Infrastructure of National Value Date/Time: October 12, 14:15–14:45 The full list of seminars, including Main Stage content, can be found at: http://www.ukconstructionweek.com/hvac/whats-on/seminars www.hpmmag.com September 2017


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