Eastleigh College, in conjunction with the Hampshire Refrigeration Society, is staging an RAC&HP employer forum on 22 February (8.30am).
Topics covered will include the new RACHP Apprenticeship Standard and updates on apprenticeship funding and F-Gas regulations, followed by Q&A and networking.
Advanced Engineering, Pumps2Go and LU-VE Exchangers will all have display stands at the event.
To book a place or for further information, contact Christina Taliadoros email@example.com
Cooling and heating manufacturer, AirSource, has teamed up with Danfoss to run a free seminar on the latest F-Gas regulations to help commercial property owners and air conditioning and refrigeration engineers.
Running in Manchester on 20th June, the seminar focuses on how the F-gas legislation will affect the air conditioning sector from both specification and installation perspectives. The move to low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants is forcing building owners and ACR engineers to rethink how they will comply with the new rules while still delivering on energy efficiency, value and suitability for end customers.
Refrigerant manufacturer, Honeywell, announced its new 'authorised dealer' program this week to help refrigerants buyers comply with F-Gas regulations.
The European Union's laws to limit greenhouse gas emissions, the so-called F-Gas Regulations, are often said to be flouted by unscrupulous organisations who illegally import and distribute refrigerants into the EU. Honeywell believes that the CO2 equivalent of around 10 million metric tonnes of illegal refrigerants come into the EU in 2015. The company stated that it would have the same environmental impact as adding 5 million cars to the roads.