The 2020 AHR Expo, a leading trade show for the HVAC&R industry that will take place Feb 3-5 in Orlando, Florida, has announced its full schedule of sessions for the 2020 Education Program, including more than 200 free seminars, new product and technology presentations, professional certifications and continuing education courses. Many sessions pertain to natural refrigerants, energy efficiency and enhanced controls.
This year, the AHR Expo will add a series of HVAC&R trend discussions led by members of the AHR Expo Expert Council.
“The development of our session schedule is ongoing, and we take careful consideration of discussions happening across the industry to identify pain points, opportunities, trends, etc. where we might offer support and solutions through dedicated sessions,” said Mark Stevens, AHR Expo Show Manager.
AHR Expo is co-sponsored by ASHRAE and AHRI, and is held concurrently with ASHRAE’s Winter Conference.
The following is a list of sessions grouped by natural and low-GWP refrigerants, energy efficiency, controls and connectivity, training and recruiting, and other.
Natural and Low-GWP Refrigerants
Global Market and Policy Trends for CO2, Hydrocarbons and Ammonia
State-of-the-Art Refrigeration Technologies with Lower Environmental Impact, Part 1
State-of-the-Art Refrigeration Technologies with Lower Environmental Impact, Part 2
Fundamentals of Working With Flammable Refrigerants
Global Trends in The HVACR Market
Regulatory Update: The Latest Rulemaking on Refrigerants and Upcoming Efficiency Standards
Innovative Technologies to Reduce Energy and Water Usage with Water-Cooled Systems
The BEST Way to Compare HVAC Systems in the Early Project Design Phase
High Density Adiabatic Cooling for HVAC Applications
New Eco-Friendly Inverter Controller Boards for Air Conditioners
ECMs and VFDs: Past, Present, and Future
No-Nonsense Energy Analysis for HVAC
Essential Techniques and Calculations for Energy Managers & Commissioning Authorities
Energy Modeling Best Practices and Applications (code 76)
The Dirty Truths of Your HVAC Systems
ESP+ Intuitive Evaporator Control Technology: Efficiency and Control For Refrigeration Systems
HVAC Retrofit Paradigm Shift: First, Attack Distribution System; Second, Replace Equipment
Unlocking the Potential of Mini-Split Heat Pumps: Maximizing Energy Savings Through Selection, Installation and Controls
Advanced Designs for Net Zero Buildings (code 67)
HVAC as a Service – How Soon is Now?
Connected Refrigeration: Improve Installation Performances & Reduce Environmental Impact
Next Generation HVAC Controls: Open Discussion For Open Future
Digital Controllers for Commercial Refrigeration
Wireless IoT Retrofit Kit for Measuring The Real Time Thermodynamic Performance of Chillers
The Next Generation of Wireless Pressure Monitoring for Refrigerant Applications
Air-Cooled Chiller Noise Control
Networked VRF Leak Detectors for Improved Occupant Safety