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Eurovent Middle East to host flagship workshop on VRF technology

Date: 07 September 2018

Eurovent Middle East has just announced a flagship workshop on Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF). The free-of-charge event forms part of the association’s ‘HVACR Leadership Workshop’ series. The workshop will take place at LeMeridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre on 19 September 2018 at 18:00h and includes a networking dinner. Mr Bibin Thomas of Adel Electronics will share important aspects of best practices for VRF installation.

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Eurovent Middle East’s VRF workshop is tailor-made for engineering and MEP consultants, investors and planners in the UAE and GCC region. It is going to highlight important topics such as
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    <li>Benefits of VRF Technology</li>
    <li>VRF Specifications: Misperceptions and Solutions</li>
    <li>VRF: The Installer’s Role in Adding Value</li>
    <li>VRF Regulatory Requirements in the GCC</li>
    <li>VRF in Residential Applications</li>
    <li>VRF as a Retrofit Solution</li>
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Mr Thomas, keynote speaker of the event, stated: “VRF performance is only as good as the installation of the system. As installation experts we have a responsibility to ensure that equipment is installed as per the manufacturer’s recommendations and standards. We are still faced with challenges in the market in terms of the standard of installations; be it through personnel whom aren’t suitably trained or not using proper tools. This workshop is an opportunity to share the most critical considerations for the installation of VRF equipment to increase awareness in the market.

Ms Nerissa Deoraj, Director Technical and Regulatory Affairs, added: “The Middle East region has experienced a boost in VRF projects over the past years. As this technology is comparatively new and complex, consultants, investors and planners alike have to be able to critically assess multiple aspects of VRF. During our workshop, high-ranking experts are going to support participants in better understanding this technology while, for instance, shedding light on issues such as seasonal efficiency.

Prospective participants can now register for the workshop titled ‘All about Variable Refrigerant Flow’ at <a href="http://www.eurovent.me/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">www.eurovent.me</a>. Participation is limited to 100 people and tickets will be issued on a first-come first-serve basis. The event is free-of-charge and includes a buffet dinner.