Pump industry awaits ARBS 2020

Wednesday, 04 March, 2020

Pump industry awaits ARBS 2020

Returning to Melbourne in May is Australia’s international air conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition, ARBS 2020. Targeting the HVAC&R and building services landscape, the event will host more than 300 exhibitors, a renowned industry awards program and comprehensive seminar program: ARBS Speaker Series and IBTech Insight Series.

The show floor will offer visitors numerous immersive experiences as well as access to the latest new technologies, products and services from around the globe. The ARBS Industry Awards offer an inclusive and social forum to recognise and celebrate the talented individuals and organisations that continue to strengthen the industry.

Running in conjunction with the exhibition is the ARBS Speaker Series, where industry thought leaders will present information on current topics, updates and trending issues. Each session will provide attendees with invaluable learning opportunities and the opportunity to accrue CPD points.

University of Wollongong’s Dr Craig McLauchlan will present on the Sustainable Buildings Research Centre (SBRC), one of Australia’s most sustainable buildings. This is one of many sessions on offer at the ARBS Speaker Series that will be of interest to those in the pump industry.

The SBRC incorporates a wide range of features and research facilities, ranging from pragmatic passive design, a 160 kWp solar PV array and microgrid, ground source heat pumps, to a new $1.8 million ‘Building Insights Facility’ for thermal testing of building facades and air-conditioning systems.

Attendees to this session will hear about the design processes, construction and operation involved in the development of the centre.

What: ARBS 2020

When: 19–21 May 2020

Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Web: www.arbs.com.au

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