For the first time in five years, the AHR Expo 2010 will be held in Orlando, Fla. The event brings together 1,800 exhibiting companies, dozens of industry organizations and over 25,000 visitors from all 50 states and over 120 countries.
Thousands of products and new technology will be on display at the world’s largest HVAC&R event. That’s why so many will be attending the event, including top HVAC&R industry professionals specializing in areas of HVAC&R mechanical and plumbing contracting, consulting on project and design engineering, architecture and design/build, facility and operations management, wholesaling and distributing, manufacturer of HVAC&R and allied equipment and components, and many more fields.
New products and services will be on display from numerous areas, including AC, heating and refrigeration systems, equipment and components; building automation and facility management products; specialized climate control systems; radiant heating and hydronic systems; etc.
New at the AHR Expo this year is the online product/supplier matching service, a way to help industry professionals find the products and companies to see at the show. Additionally, there will be a special Building Automation and Control Showcase section on the exhibit floor displaying energy and building management systems to controls and networking solutions. Be sure to check out the New Product Technology Theater for dozens of presentation of the latest products and solutions.
With all the new energy efficient, green products as well as sustainable technologies rapidly coming onto the market, it’s important to stay on the cutting edge. The AHR Expo makes it easy to be educated about innovations and not be left behind.
Over 100 educational sessions, workshops and product presentations will be held, and many of them are free to all attendees. A great deal of these seminars are designed to help industry professionals to meet the challenges that come along with economic uncertainty and competitive pressures in the marketplace today.
Additionally, a slew of educational courses and certification testing will be held by industry groups for a nominal fee. Many of the industry’s leading trade association have booths in the Exhibit Hall where professionals can talk to staff and get more information. Also, dozens of industry publications, including Fuel Oil News, will have complimentary copies of their latest issues, which will be available either at the publications’ booths or the Media Bins located in the show lobby.
In a year with so many challenges and uncertainties, making the way down to the AHR Expo 2010 might be the best move to make. For more information and schedules, please visit the Web site, www.ahrexpo.com.