ATMOsphere to debut in Africa with ATMO Network FRIGAIR 2018

By Eda Isaksson, May 29, 2018, 10:46 2 minute reading

The ATMOsphere events series is set to make its first appearance in Africa with ATMO Network FRIGAIR 2018, in collaboration with exclusive sponsor and host CRS.

The ATMOsphere events series on natural refrigerants will make its debut in Africa with ATMOsphere Network FRIGAIR 2018 next week.

The event is being held in collaboration with exclusive sponsor and host Commercial Refrigeration Services (CRS) during the FRIGAIR tradeshow in Johannesburg, South Africa to promote the uptake of natural refrigerants in South Africa and beyond.

ATMO Network FRIGAIR 2018 will take place in Hall 3 of the Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg, on Thursday 7 June 2018 from 15:00 until 18:00 with a networking drinks reception taking place between 18:00-19:00. Registration for the event is free of charge but must be made in advance.

The event will showcase global developments with natural refrigerants and assess how South Africa measures up against the rest of the world during its sessions The ‘Global Trends on Natural Refrigerants’ and ‘Future of the Industry Panel’ sessions where leading experts will share their experiences with natural refrigerants, followed by an interactive panel discussion. Among the expert speakers to take to the stage are:

  • Obed Baloyi, ‎South African ‎Department Of Environmental Affairs
  • Grant Laidlaw, President of South African Institute for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (SAIRAC)
  • Alex Kuzma, Woolworths
  • Malcolm Moore, In2Food
  • Wynand Groenewald, CRS
  • Kenneth Bank Madsen, Danfoss
  • Alvaro de Oña, shecco

Click here for registration and here to see the programme.

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About FRIGAIR Exhibition 2018

Africa’s only dedicated HEVAC&R tradeshow exhibition, FRIGAIR Expo is Africa’s largest heating, energy, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration exhibition. The expo takes place every three years and is organised in partnership with the South African Institute of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (SAIRAC). Various industry bodies, including the South African Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Contractors Association (SARACCA), South African Air-conditioning Suppliers Association (SAASA), South African Smoke Ventilation Association (SASVA), Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Manufacturers and Suppliers Association (RAMSA), and the Southern African Refrigerated Distribution Association (SARDA), also endorse it.

FRIGAIR 2018 is expected to draw numerous industry professionals from different levels and industry sectors, including consulting engineers, mechanical and electrical engineers, contractors and builders, architects and interior designers, property developers, facility managers, industry associations and government officials.

By Eda Isaksson

May 29, 2018, 10:46

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