North America’s largest trade show for the HVAC/R industry will give contractors an opportunity to escape to sunny Florida for a few days in January.
The International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) will take place at the Orlando County Convention Center in Orlando Jan. 25-27.
Once again the focus is on new products and technologies, with over 80 percent of the almost 2,000 exhibitors planning to introduce new or upgraded products, systems and technologies at the show.
Spanning categories from indoor air quality to software, and addressing the interests of contractors, engineers, wholesalers/distributors, facility managers and owners/operators, these innovations are expected to touch every corner of interest from across the HVACR industry, remarked Clay Stevens, president of the International Exposition Company, which organizes the show.
“We are impressed by the ingenuity, inventiveness and problem-solving capabilities seen in the incredible variety of the 2016 exhibition line-up. It’s apparent that manufacturers have been hard at work in redefining the limits of HVACR innovation, as well as fine-tuning – and in some cases altogether reinventing – what have already been deemed as bar-raising developments.”
Visitors will see the latest products and technologies in air conditioning, refrigeration, controls, building automation, energy efficiency, renewable energy, heating, ventilation and indoor air quality, plumbing, hydronic heating, software, tools and contractor supplies and many other industry-related technologies and services.
The AHR Expo began 85 years ago and is typically attended by about 60,000 people. It is co-sponsored by ASHRAE and AHRI, and is held in conjunction with ASHRAE’s Winter Conference.
For more information or to register, visit www.ahrexpo.com.