Alfa Laval, a leading provider of specialised products and engineering solutions based on heat transfer, separation and fluid handling, has announced its support for ATMOsphere Europe 2015 as a Bronze Sponsor. The conference will be held from 18-19 March 2015 in Brussels.Since 1883, Alfa Laval has been developing products with the aim of creating better everyday conditions for people. Today, the company is a leader in the production of some of the most energy efficient heat exchangers, separators and fluid handling equipments in the world. Alfa Laval’s solutions are involved in treating water, reducing carbon emissions and minimising water and energy consumption, as well as heating, cooling, separating and transporting food.
With more than 1900 patents and around 35 new products every year, Alfa Laval encompasses a strong commitment to issues that are crucial for society, in particular areas related to energy optimisation, environmental protection and food production. The company has 28 major production units in Europe, Asia, the U.S. and Latin America, servicing a worldwide customer base.
About ATMOsphere Europe 2015
16 – 17 March at the Crowne Plaza Le Hotel in Brussels, Belgium
ATMOsphere Europe 2015 – Solutions for Europe, returns for its sixth edition. The conference serves as the meeting place for key HVAC&R industry experts to discuss the latest natural refrigerant technology innovations, market trends and regulatory issues. One of the programme highlights will be the new EU F-Gas regulation, which are scheduled to come into effect two months before the conference kicks off. The event will provide updates on the legislation, also looking at what it means in practical terms, and its implementation. Commercial, light commercial, industrial & transport refrigeration, heat pumps and air conditioning, as well as some new topics such as solutions for convenience stores, hotels, restaurants, cafes, hospitals, and more are also on the agenda for ATMOsphere Europe 2015.
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