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Webinar and Paper Programme

Why should you join in our monthly webinars?

-Explore the wide range of innovations and applications within the scope of refrigeration and air conditioning.

-Meet leading scientists and practitioners when you come along to the live talks. Network with others interested in the appilcation of refirgeration technologies.  You can also ask questions of the speaker.

-Gain IOR CPD Certificates. Those who attend the meeting can apply for a CPD Certificate on the evening.

Take part either by pre-registering to listen to the free webinar via your computer, listen to a recording of the webinar speaker after the event or come along to the free meeting.  A list of webinar topics and events planned for the next 12 month period is available here:  2016-17 programme

Want to share your expertise?

We are looking for case studies of a ground breaking project, innovative development of a new technology or component? Offers to give a webinar talk and paper for the next series. See the guidelines here and submit your offer by February.


Th current series of networking events and webinars:


Date Title Speaker Downloads
03/11/16Contamination and counterfeit refrigerants - risks, experience and potential solutionsDerek Cranvey and others*View recorded webinar
*The Paper
01/12/16Food and industrial refrigeration overviewsDave Everington and Rob Lamb*Paper - The Development History of Engineering in the Food Freezing
*Paper- Refrigerant Choices for the Future
*view recorded webinar
12/01/17Presidents Address 2017 and “Is air conditioning for comfort cooling necessary in the UK?” organised jointly with CIBSE ASHRAE Group Address: Steve Gill FInstR. Debate: S. Gill, G. Wright, R. Rooley and G. Fox*View webinar recording
02/02/17The development of a novel, water based technology Ian Tansley*Webinar Recording
*The Paper
02/03/17Development of R290 Transport Refrigeration System, Domestic refrigerator design - safety issues and opportunitiesDaniel Colbourne, Mick Beasley*Paper - Domestic refrigerator design
*Paper - Development of RRV R290 system