The 2023 future:gas roadshows will again assemble expert speakers to discuss and explain the latest on the recovery and handling of new refrigerants, the laws that will influence each part of the industry and what this will mean for the day-to-day life of those in the business of handling refrigerants.
Among the expert speakers are people from major global refrigerant and equipment manufacturers, Australian industry associations and the product stewardship scheme that safely destroys refrigerant at the end of its life. These comprise:
- Temperzone Australia MD Robert Beggs
- Actrol Reece region leader Greg Brooker
- Refrigerant Reclaim Australia general manager Kylie Farrelley
- A-Gas Australia MD Brett Ferguson
- Trane Technologies Australia & New Zealand district leader Stuart Kirkwood
- Daikin Australia engineering manager Gary Knox
- Sythree principal and director John McCormack (representing Chemours in Australia)
- VASA president and SuperCool Group training division manager Brett Meads
- Refrigerants Australia executive director Greg Picker
- Fujitsu General Australia head of product Kyle Rafter
- VASA VP and Rowe Auto Electrical/Jimboomba Batteries director Mark Rowe
- Actrol test engineer Ed Tutty
- A-Gas New Zealand country manager Mitch Williamson
- Honeywell representative in Australia Eric Yang
Refrigerant Reclaim Australia
The reasons behind refrigerant changes, from environmental and energy efficiency requirements, regulatory changes and market forces plus the potential impact of PFAS laws being tabled overseas.
A-Gas New Zealand
A discussion of refrigerants including HFOs and lower GWP HFCs such as R32, as well as CO2, ammonia and hydrocarbons plus other new blends and technologies from several perspectives including suitable applications, retrofit potential, safety, sustainability, total cost of ownership, commercial availability, performance and handling characteristics.
Overview of changes to tools, working practices and equipment standards from a stationary sector perspective.
VASA, SuperCool Group
VASA, Rowe Auto Electrical
Overview of changes to tools, working practices and equipment standards from a mobile sector perspective.
Tickets to future:gas seminars in Australia and New Zealand are just $20, making it affordable for technicians to pay for themselves and for business owners to send a number of their employees.
To help as many people as possible to attend, the seminars will take place on weekday evenings during the winter. Doors open at 5pm, with complimentary welcome drinks, food and trade displays. Be there by 5.30pm for a 6pm start.