Eight of the HVAC industry’s top experts – three of whom are VASA directors – are about to embark on this year’s future:gas refrigerant seminar series, which starts in Adelaide on August 1.
More alternative refrigerants and technologies are on the horizon as the global automotive industry grapples with the technical challenge of simultaneously keeping vehicle occupants comfortable and every component of an electrified drivetrain at optimum operating temperature while achieving maximum energy efficiency – preferably with a one-size-fits-all solution that can work in any climate in order to achieve economies of scale.
Helping you navigate this exciting new era for our industry is an impressive speaker line-up that comprises Refrigerant Reclaim Australia general manager Kylie Farrelley, VASA director and former president Ian Stangroome, Sythree principal and director John McCormack (representing Chemours in Australia), Honeywell representative in Australia Eric Yang, VASA VP and Rowe Auto Electrical/Jimboomba Batteries director Mark Rowe, VASA president and SuperCool Group training division manager Brett Meads, Refrigerants Australia executive director Greg Picker and A-Gas New Zealand country manager Mitch Williamson.
To help as many people as possible to attend, the seminars will take place on weekday evenings during the winter.
Doors open at 5pm, with complimentary welcome drinks, food and trade displays. Be there by 5.30pm for a 6pm start.
Heavily subsidised by corporate and industry support, tickets to future:gas seminars are just $20 per participant.
Tickets to the 2023 future:gas refrigerant roadshow are now on sale at futuregas.ac/automotive