CIAT Ozonair has announced venue details for its UK Roadshow, which includes eight events in major cities across the UK.
It is part of a mammoth tour by the manufacturer which includes stops in 20 countries, covering more than 25,000 miles and visiting 70 cities across Europe, North Africa, Russia and Turkey.
The UK tour begins today (15th May) in Newcastle, followed by events in Scotland, the north of England, the west country and culminating at CIAT Ozonair headquarters in Leatherhead and finally in London, at Twickenham Stadium.
Dates and venues are as follows:
• 15th May, Newcastle: Sage Building & Performance Square
• 16th May, Edinburgh: Marriott Hotel Edinburgh
• 17th May, Glasgow: Marriott Hotel Glasgow
• 18th May, Preston: McDonald Tickled Trout Hotel
• 19th May, Manchester: Spinningfields, Hardman Square
• 22nd May, Bristol: Bristol Pavilion
• 23rd May, Leatherhead
• 24th May, London, Twickenham Stadium
The roadshow’s centrepiece is a giant, purpose-built pantechnicon, equipped with the latest innovations in air conditioning, heating and air movement technology and systems.
The showcase includes the new CLIMACIAT and Floway Access air handling units; Aquaciat packaged chiller and heat pump; the Ereba packaged reversible air/water heat pump with inverter technology, as well as split and multi split air/air heat pump.
There are also examples of CIAT’s complete comfort unit range Major Line, Coadis Line, Comfort line and Melody 2 systems, plus its high performance ITEX energy recovery heat exchanger.
Another star attraction is the company’s new magnetic levitation compressor, which will be demonstrated alongside the Smart CIATControl platform and CIATM2M supervision systems.
Director and general manager of CIAT Ozonair and Toshiba Air Conditioning, David Dunn (pictured right), said: “It’s a not-to-be-missed opportunity for UK installers, contractors, consultants and informed end users to see first-hand the latest innovations and technology from CIAT. Together with Toshiba’s industry leading DX systems, we believe it offers a complete range of solutions for projects of any size, complexity and type of application.”
For more details of events and how to attend, contact CIAT Ozonair on 01372 220251 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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