Seeley International is hosting a series of “Stay Ahead of the HVAC Curve” industry events across the nation to generate discussion, spark debate, and encourage greater understanding about what the HVAC industry can do to better help businesses to reduce their energy costs, and create healthy indoor environments using highly specialised commercial solutions.
The series will see hand-picked guest speakers present at 2-hour, free of charge industry-based events, which will be held in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and Brisbane, and showcase practical case studies that demonstrate how commercial refrigerated air conditioning systems can be cost effective, healthy and comfortable by packaging pre-cooling technologies.
Keynote speakers include Bob Ellis from Meinhardt Australia for the Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane events, Jeff Froster from Froster Engineering for the Perth event, and David Shreeve from DSA Consulting for the Sydney event.
Seeley International Group Managing Director, Jon Seeley, said the manufacturer was pleased to present the free industry sessions and invitation-only Adelaide symposium as part of its ongoing market leadership and commitment to the HVAC industry.
“Seeley International places the highest importance on innovation and sustainability, and we now have a number of industry-leading cooling products that deliver unrivalled energy efficiency and offer a solution for businesses of all sizes and types to significantly reduce energy usage.
“It is important that the broader HVAC industry comes together to learn, hear case studies, and think about what can be done to advance options that deliver reduced energy consumption and energy costs in refrigerated air conditioning systems. These state-based events also allow attendees to network with consulting engineers, learn more about the latest HVAC technology, and understand why it is vital to create healthy indoor environments using highly specialised commercial HVAC solutions.”
All of the events will be hosted by Michael Hamilton, Seeley International’s General Manager of Commercial Sales, with attendees receiving a take home pack of USB, printed material and copies of presentations. Professional development hours can also be accredited with AIRAH and Engineers Australia.
The series will begin in Perth on March 8, continuing in Adelaide on March 14, followed by Melbourne on March 15, then Sydney on March 21, and concluding in Brisbane on March 22.
The event roadshows will culminate in an invitation-only 2-day inaugural Symposium in Adelaide in April, where attendees will hear from a number of prominent keynote speakers, including Dick Bourne, Founder & Chief Information Officer from Integrated Comfort Inc, and Dr Frank Bruno, South Australian Chair in Energy within the Future Industries Institute.
Bookings for the events close 10 days prior. More information on Stay Ahead of the HVAC Curve, including where to register, can be found here.
This story and the accompanying image were provided courtesy of Seeley International. This story was edited slightly prior to publication.