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Sustainable building solutions in focus at Eurovent Middle East

The seminar will be focusing on variable speed drives and their impact on energy efficiency. (Image source: Tascha/Adobe Stock)

Eurovent Middle East has announced the next event forming part of its ?HVACR Leadership Workshop? series, which will focus on specifying variable speed drives (VSDs) and takes place at the Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre on 11 September

The seminar is set to feature leading industry experts in this field elaborate on major technologies and specifications to reduce energy consumption in existing and future buildings.

Seminar topics of the upcoming workshop include:

? Specifying part-load efficiency to ensure achieving intended savings

? Service specifications in projects; securing a sustainable choice of products and solutions

? Inverter technology and its impact on efficiencies

? Fan arrays; applying the most suitable solution in the right place

? Specifying the digital and connected future buildings; while operating the buildings of today

The individual topics will be followed by a feedback session and discussion, where participants are invited to discuss any issues related to motors and drives. This includes, for instance:

? EC vs AC motors, what are the differences?

? How to specify to guarantee the right choice of products

? Experiences in the field

Nerissa Deoraj, director technical and regulatory affairs at Eurovent Middle East, said, ?A full understanding of available technology is the first step towards achieving improved energy efficiency. VSDs have changed the market and increased flexibility in regard to part load or seasonal performance requirements. In this workshop, we will take a closer look at what has to be observed when making use of this technology.?

?HVACR Leadership Workshops? by Eurovent Middle East is targeted at the local consultant, MEP engineering and developer community with the intention to provide in-depth information on technologies and solutions to reduce energy consumption, improve indoor air quality and food safety.