Qatar’s first HVAC expo to be held with 75 firms participating
QATAR’S first Heating, Ventilation and Air- Conditioning (HVAC) systems exhibition will bring together 75 regional and international companies at the Doha Exhibition Center from June 4 to June 6.
The expo titled International Exhibition for Cooling, Heating, refrigeration, Ventilation and Insulation (CHRVI Middle East) will feature latest technologies in HVAC industry.
The event will also include technical training sessions and educational lectures related to HVAC, which will run simultaneously with the expo.
The three-day expo to run from 3pm to 10pm daily aims to meet the demands of the industry for potential reduction in energy use and to present the latest technologies available in the industry.
The event is being organised by Heights Exhibitions and Conferences and sponsored by Mannai Trading Company with the support of various companies in HVAC industry.
Speaking at a press conference to announce the sponsors and supporters of the exhibition on Tuesday, Heights Exhibitions and Conferences CEO Waleed Wahba said, “The exhibition coincides with the vast development of Qatar in building and construction as the country prepares for the 2022 FIFA Word Cup.” Wahba added that many professionals and specialists in HVAC fields in Qatar and many Arabian and international companies from the UK, India, Japan, Egypt , the UAE and Lebanon will participate in the exhibition in cooperation with the American Society of Heating, Cooling, Refrigeration and Air conditioning Engineers, known as ASHRAE Oryx Chapter.
Mannai Corporation Executive Director Khalid Mannai said, “HVAC industry is playing a significant role in the development seen in construction sector. We believe that the CHRVI Middle East will be a right platform to show Mannai’s HVAC capabilities.” Regional Manager of Toshiba Air-Conditioning Jafar Sayed Imam said, “As a world leader in electronics, Toshiba is committed to delivering the highest standards of quality and innovation to all industries in which it is involved from power generation to lighting, elevators and smart air-conditioning systems for all types of buildings and residences.” President of AHSRAE Oryx Chapter Hassan Sultan said the expo would provide an avenue for engineers, stakeholders, official bodies and companies to learn about new technologies and to know how to benefit through their application.
“In parallel with CHRVI ME Exhibition, there will be a technical programme session. This programme will include technical seminars for three days with focus on current research worldwide, core HVAC applications, cooling technology, building energy modelling, LEED analysis as well as design of energy efficient building.
Other topics will include solar cooling, chiller plant control optimisation, insulation, air distribution, noise, smart cooling and HVAC code in Gulf region,” Sultan said.
Representatives of other organisations supporting the event present at the press conference included Chairman of Universal Refrigeration & Air- Conditioning HE Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Sultan Jassim al Thani, Deputy General Manager of Duct Ventilation and Air Conditioning Company (DVAC) Amal Abu Shahla, Regional Manager of Carrier Qatar Mohamed al Qaisi and Marketing Manager of NAS Group Nasser Bin Abdullah- Panasonic Basil al Yasin.
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