Come and meet with us at the BESA National Technical Conference, taking place on the 19th October 2017 at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, London, where we will be on hand to discuss developments in Heat Interface Unit (HIU) technology and the new test Standard.
The conference features a full programme of technical content, including an exhibition with innovative technical solutions. The day will focus on four key themes for the building engineering sector: Indoor Air Quality; District Heating; Refrigeration, Air-conditioning & Heat Pumps; and compliant & efficient businesses.
Visit us at stand 28 to find out more about our NEW ModuSat® XR range of Heat Interface Units – one of the first to be Independently tested to the UK Standard for HIUs from BESA. With significant advances in the performance of our latest range, we aim to help improve the overall efficiency of heat networks, whilst retaining high levels of user satisfaction and comfort levels.
You can find out more about the new test standard for HIUs, and explore ways to improve network efficiency by attending our seminar at the event. Paul Barnard, Evinox Energy Technical Sales Manager, will be presenting a CPD seminar entitled “Understanding the New Test Standard for Heat Interface Units”. This will take place from 11.45am – 12.30pm as part of the District Heating programme. You can find details of the full conference programme by visiting the BESA website.
We look forward to welcoming you at this event. You can register now to attend the BESA National Technical Conference & Exhibition by visiting the BESA website.
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