A new logic of HVAC systems design is underway, as a comprehensive framework in which products, solutions, and systems integrate themselves in terms of energy efficiency, saving and respect for the environment. The change will be at the very heart of the new floor plan for MCE 2020.
The organisation of MCE – MOSTRA CONVEGNO EXPOCOMFORT, the world’s leading biennial exhibition dedicated to residential and industrial installations, HVAC&R and renewable energy scheduled for 17 - 20 March 2020 at Fiera Milano, is now moving into top gear. MCE 2020 is continuing on an upward trend for growth both from Italy and abroad compared to the same period of the previous edition.
Innovation, combined heat and power integration, and technology are the cornerstones of an evolution HVAC&R industry is experiencing in the “indoor climate” at the centre of MCE. The new horizons for comfort increasingly pass through the digital dimension of management and control, whereas the efficiency is bound more and more by the intelligent use of Information Technology for the optimisation of energy resources of buildings.
The new model for designing will find its ideal stage in the new exhibition layout of MCE 2020, capable of creating homogeneity and continuity into the several industry sectors, giving value to the conceptual areas in a “unicum”, different and one-of-its-kind, carefully studied to meet the needs of exhibitors and professionals alike always on the hunt for technological novelties.
The exhibition space with an entirely new floor plan will go beyond the customary repartition into four macro areas, Heating, Cooling, Water and Energy, which in recent years has characterised the industry segments present at MCE. From Heating to Tools and Hardware, from Air-Conditioning to Refrigeration and Ventilation, from Sanitary Technology to Water Treatment, from Renewable Energy to Home & Building Automation and Electric Mobility.
In this context, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration areas will take up not only halls 13/15 and 22/24 as usual, but also hall 9/11 together with THAT’S SMART space, joining link between the heat and power environment. The whole components sector will be located in hall 2/4, adjacent to the entrance gate of the underground, and very close to the areas dedicated to heating, renewable energy, and plant design services (halls 1/3, 5/7 and 10), synergistic and complementary sectors.
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