On 29th November 2012 SAV Systems held an Indoor Air Quality and District Heating Symposium covering several state of the art low carbon and sustainable technologies.
Online PR News – 07-January-2013 – 03 December 2012, Woking, United Kingdom – On 29th November 2012 SAV Systems held an Indoor Air Quality and District Heating Symposium covering several state of the art low carbon and sustainable technologies.
The event, which took place in SAV’s Low Carbon Technology Centre in Woking, featured a detailed presentation of the company’s award winning AirMaster demand controlled ventilation air handling units with heat recovery.
During the day, the consultants in energy solutions for the building services industry attending the symposium found out more about the company’s AirMaster Air Handling Units, CHP Systems and District Heating Systems.
Attendees had the opportunity to observe the equipment in operation, ask searching questions about it and exchange views with industry practitioners over a buffet lunch.
AirMaster’s Award Winning Technological Innovation and Service Capabilities
SAV’s AirMaster was recently voted Commercial / Industrial Ventilation Product of the Year in the HVR Awards 2012.
SAV’ Managing Director, Lars Fabricius presented the seminar about AirMaster’s innovative demand controlled ventilation air handling units, and described how they contribute to good Indoor Air Quality, with reduced energy consumption and low capital cost.
Their key benefits include: Optimum Indoor Air Quality, low carbon footprint; with integral performance data to prove it and low noise - 35db(A) at 1m (equivalent to a normal library).
This is the first in a series of similar events organised by SAV Systems in Woking, Surrey. The following event will take place on 24th January. To find out more and RSPV, please visit www.sav-systems.com/CPD-Symposium-Jan24.
Should you have any other questions, please call SAV on 01483 771910, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.