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London HEVAR 2009 heat pump talks

Details of the popular heat pump talks at London HEVAR 2009 have been released.
President of the Heat Pump Association Tony Bowen will discuss grants, regulations, standards and training at London HEVAR's Royal Horticultural Halls on September 23-24.

Andy Neave is scheduled to discuss heat pump types and their characteristics. Bill Bucknell will explore heat distribution, heat loss design, radiators and fan convectors and Chris Ingram will talk about 'Heat distribution in underfloor heating'.

Other speakers include Mike Nankivell who will speak about 'Heatpumps in commercial buildings'.

Catherine Russell will discuss the Microgeneration Certification Scheme.

The seminars take place from 1pm - 4pm on Wednesday, September 23 and from 10am-1pm on Thursday September 24.

London HEVAR 2009 takes place at the Royal Horticultural Halls in Greycoat Street, London on September 23-24.

To attend this free HVAC exhibition visit www.hevar.co.uk
24 June 2009

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