HASL attends CSCA – Closed Systems – One day conference

Could you do more to prolong the life and efficiency of closed heating and cooling systems?

Attend this one-day conference and hear from industry leading speakers who will share their valuable insights and knowledge to help you improve and maintain the water quality in closed systems – prolonging efficiency and ultimately saving you and your customers money.

The conference is taking place on Wednesday 29th November at Woburn House Conference Centre in London between 9am and 3.30pm

Now only 3 working days to go! Don’t miss these speakers & presentations:

An introduction to Pre-Commissioning Water Treatment – Shaun Abbot & Liz Day
Implications of Low Carbon Heat Sources & Consequences of Low Heating Temperatures – Chris Parsloe
Theory from a chemist, what they do and how they work and Practical Experiences – Kathy Hood & Jill Cooper
Maintenance Water Treatment – Steve Dawson
Correlation between Closed Loop Water Quality & Energy – Darren Wilkinson in the absence of John Smith presenting on EU Guidelines
Practical application of VDI2035 within the UK market – Simon Douthwaite
IoT & Auto-detection of unhealthy Heating & Cooling Systems – Gordon Pringle

The day will be chaired by Chris Shaw from Hanna Instruments UK in the absence of Dr Pamela Simpson.

HASL will be exhibiting with our new 4G SIM Power over Ethernet (PoE) CXI Risycor assembly availing live system detail to our cloud portal alongside our European colleagues at RESUS in the trade stand area where delegates can network with representative from specialist water equipment companies.

The conference is open to all water industry professionals with a discount for CSCA members.

Non CSCA member price £170 plus VAT with reduced rate of £125 plus VAT for CSCA members.

Click on the image above for the full conference programme and at present there’s a limited number of trade stand spaces available to book. For further information or book a trade stand call: 01827 219508 or email [email protected]

 

The CSCA reserves the right to alter speakers and/or titles of papers if circumstances dictate. The views and opinions expressed in the event are solely those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent those of CSCA