Air Conditioning, round table, Daikin Applied (UK), refrigeration, F Gas, training, chillers, VRF, design, cooling, James Henley, Stephen Gill, Graeme Fox, Massimiliano Bianchi, Jack Hartland, Nathan Wood, Graham Wright,

Climate of change

01 August, 2019

Our expert panel considers the ‘Branson’ challenge and highlights the developments, opportunities and challenges facing the air conditioning and refrigeration sector. Sponsored by Daikin Applied (UK)

air conditioning, Heat pumps, Nigel Palmer, Pacair

Cool runnings

01 August, 2019

Karen Fletcher speaks to a company at the front line of changes in the air conditioning sector and learns how it is staying ahead of the game with an eye firmly on the future.

REFCOM, Graeme Fox, World Refrigeration Day, ASHRAE, FETA, Russell Beattie

The UK’s primary F Gas register Refcom played a key role in the first World Refrigeration Day (WRD) as co-host with the Institute of Refrigeration (IoR) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

Air conditioning, Mitsubishi Electric, Martin Fahey, wellbeing, cooling, sustainability, hybrid, climate change

Keep your cool

01 June, 2019

Martin Fahey examines the wellbeing arguments for effective use of modern cooling technologies.

Colin Goode, Fujitsu, air conditioning, wellbeing, fan speed, ISO, UK Green Building Council, wellbeing

Design for wellbeing

01 June, 2019

Colin Goode asks some searching questions about the design of air conditioning systems in a market that has some pretty tough demands.

Air conditioning, Daikin Applied, James Henley, Sir Richard Branson, Richard Branson, challenge, refrigerants, legislation, F Gas, R32, Virgin

Virgin founder and world-famous marketeer Richard Branson wants the air conditioning market to make radical technical changes, but Daikin Applied UK’s James Henley* believes that manufacturers are already on the right track.




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'Is there too much focus on mental health?'

Geoff Prudence shares the current trends within the FM sector and why mental health needs to be a priority.

Mental health in the construction industry

Chartered psychologist, Peter Green recommends how and why organisations need to address mental health in the workplace.

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