Eurovent Middle East to host flagship workshop on Air Handling Units

Highly regarded AHU expert from Germany to provide keynote presentation

Dubai, 12 April 2018. Eurovent Middle East has just announced a flagship workshop on Air Handling Units. The free-of-charge event is part of the association’s ‘HVACR Leadership Workshop’ series. It is going to take place at LeMeridien Dubai Airport on 30 April 2018 at 6PM and includes a networking dinner. With Mr Martin Lenz (Lead Development Engineer at TROX and Chairman of Eurovent’s Product Group AHU), Europe’s leading expert in this field is going to join the event. 

Eurovent’s AHU workshop is tailor-made for engineering and MEP consultants, investors and planners in the UAE and GCC region, covering important issues such as:

  • Fundamentals of Air Handling Units
  • Quality, operation, maintenance, retrofit and Life Cycle Costs (LCC)
  • Fans, energy recovery, and air filters and their impact on energy efficiency and Indoor Air Quality
  • VRFs combined with Fresh Air Handling Units (FAHUs)
  • The globally renowned Eurovent Certified Performance (ECP) certification programme for air handling units, its energy classes, and key performance indicators

Mr Martin Lenz, patron and keynote speaker of the event, stated: “I very much look forward to joining Eurovent Middle East in Dubai for this very important workshop. It will be the honour of my fellow speakers and myself to introduce you to the state of the art in AHU technology and regulation, and how you can ensure a highly efficient operation and good indoor air quality over a product’s life cycle. We will particularly focus on GCC ambient conditions and talk you through everything you should know about the heart of the ventilation and air conditioning system.”

Mr Morten Schmelzer, Executive Director at Eurovent and Eurovent Middle East, added: “At Eurovent, we have been actively shaping global AHU developments since our foundation in 1958. Our AHU-related certification schemes are applied and valued across the globe and contribute to driving markets towards a higher efficiency and product quality. We look forward to bringing together experts from the UAE and Europe to share our long-term knowledge and expertise in this field.”

Prospective participants can now register for the ‘Air Handling Units’ workshop at Participation is limited to 100 people and tickets will be issued on a first-come first-serve basis. The event is free-of-charge and includes a buffet dinner.