Trane Presents Energy Economy Strategies in HVAC Applications at IMCAM Conference in Tel Aviv, Israel - IMCAM Conference will be held during Aclima, the 22nd International Exhibition for Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Heating and Ventilation
Brussels, Belgium, 28 October, 2013 – Whether it is industrial manufacturing, healthcare facilities, data centers or commercial buildings, the design of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems has a direct impact on the energy and operational efficiency and total lifecycle cost of building operations.
Trane, a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, asserts that improving the energy economy of buildings is a task that ideally should begin at the design stage. Heat recovery is one of the core solutions that improve a buildings’ energy economy and generates both capital and operational savings while reducing environmental impact.
At the IMCAM conference in Tel Aviv, Israel, on October 30, Rafael Berzosa, chiller portfolio manager for Trane in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India, will discuss the benefits of heat recovery from HVAC systems and the influence of heat recovery on the building’s economy and operational efficiency. The session will explain solutions that enable heat recovery from industrial processes, air-side and water-side cooling systems, air distribution systems and chilled water systems and guide the attendees through the technical side of the process.
“This presentation will address where heat is generated by an HVAC system or the equipment, show how to recover heat from the system and point out the benefits of the technology,” said Berzosa. “Attendees will also learn how unintentionally created, and otherwise wasted, heat can be recovered and utilized, allowing building managers to realize energy and cost savings, as well as environmental goals.”
Title: Energy Economy Strategies in HVAC Applications: Recovering Heat from the HVAC System
When: Wednesday, October 30, 16:45
Where: Israel Trade Fairs Center, Rokach Blvd., The Exhibition Gardens, Tel-Aviv 61210
“Trane has a long legacy of partnering with the industry stakeholders such as designers, consulting engineers, contractors and end-users to improve energy efficiency and sustainability in building operations globally, ” said Amitsur Levy, country leader for Trane Israel. “In this 100th year of Trane, we are proud to share our HVAC systems expertise with IMCAM and drive best practice adoption within the Israel building industry.”
In addition to participating at the IMCAM conference, the company will showcase solutions at stand # 207 in the Aclima Halls. Visitors will learn about system solutions ranging from chiller plant retrofits and upgrades to comprehensive HVAC services and Tracer™ Building Management Systems.
IMCAM is an independent non-governmental organization grouping engineers and professionals from all sectors of the economy including designers, consultants, contractors, air conditioning and refrigeration systems professionals, service providers etc. IMCAM is the Israeli branch of ASHRAE - American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers. http://imcam.org.il/
Aclima takes place every two years and is the main and most important trade event in Israel for air-conditioning, refrigeration, heating and ventilation systems. The 22nd International Exhibition for Air-Conditioning Refrigeration Heating and Ventilation will be held on October 29-31, 2013 in Tel-Aviv Fairgrounds, Israel. http://www.stier.co.il/ACLIMA/index_en.asp
About Rafael Berzosa Rafael Berzosa currently holds the position of chiller portfolio manager for Trane in the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa region. Since joining the company in 1989, Berzosa has held a number of key positions in marketing and engineering. Berzosa holds a mechanical engineering degree from Université de Metz, France, and a master’s degree in strategic and operational marketing from Université Paris X Nanterre, France. In addition to his work with Trane, Berzosa is chairman of the Eurovent chillers’ working group (LCP-HP) and teaches marketing at Université de Lorraine Nancy, France.
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Trane Celebrates 100 Years
Founded in 1913 by James Trane and his son Reuben, Trane has a long history of industry-defining innovations for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. It is a leading provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand. Celebrating its centennial this year, Trane continues to develop innovations in high performance building technologies, operating practices and intelligent building services that will create better, healthier, more comfortable and more productive indoor environments in the years to come.
About Ingersoll Rand and Trane
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