Moscow, Brussels, 09 February 2022. On 1 – 4 March 2022, Expocentre Fairgrounds in Moscow will host this year’s Climate World Expo, the most anticipated event of the Russian HVACR market.
This exciting event will bring together key players and customers in related industries, including those in the air conditioning, ventilation, heating, industrial and commercial refrigeration system sectors. Such customers include engineering companies, design and installation businesses, and management companies that provide services for the integrated management of buildings, operations, and project support.
Organised by Euroexpo Exhibitions and APIC, the Russian Association of Professionals, this four-day event has official support from associations and head figures in Russia’s HVACR industry such as the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation and Rossoyuzkholodprom, the Russian Union of Refrigeration Enterprises. Support also comes from a number of international associations such as Eurovent, ISIB and ISKIN from Turkey, and KRAIA from Korea among others.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the fair featured more than 350 companies from Russia and 40 different countries and welcomed over 23,000 trade visitors. Despite the current pandemic situation, many world-renowned companies have already confirmed their participation in the Climate World Expo 2022. Among them are Aereco SA, Aspen Pumps, Buhler AHS, Phoenix Contact, VILPE Rus, TESTO Rus, VECAMCO, TICA SNG, ISIB, Galvent, Rowen, Flamex, Flowair, Era etc.
This year’s Climate World Expo will also welcome an impressive number of new exhibitors. The 11 new exhibitors include Fachmann, Freevent, Invisiline, Wear, RGP tech, Ibreeze, Vlaga, Yaldrin, Technobalance, Profvent and STL.
To bring this event to the public, Panasonic Corporation has confirmed its participation as the partner of the Climate World Congress business program 2022. The high-profile partnership will provide a fantastic opportunity for thousands of expo visitors to discover more about the inhibitory effect of Panasonic’s nanoe™ technology against novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) strains.
In addition, the event’s internet partner will be the Internet-portal MIR KLIMATA/KHOLODA. The portal was established by the initiative of the Russian Association of Professionals in Industry of Climate (APIC).
This year, the event format will change from previous years. This year, the expo and the congress will be held together in one place. One of the main highlights of the expo is the business program, which will run throughout all four days of the event. The business program is an excellent networking opportunity, with participation from biggest names in the HVACR industry. The business program will include business sessions, panel discussions, round table meetings, educational events, professional competitions, workshops, lectures and presentations of new innovative technologies.
Around 80 famous Russian and international speakers and over 2,500 delegates will be present at the expo and presenting on all sectors of the industry. Speakers include manufactures, suppliers, scientists, analysts, engineers, designers, constructors, bloggers, specialists and technicians, among others.
Key Highlights of the Climate World Expo 2022
Exciting strategic session on ‘The Future of the HVACR Industry: Global Trends’
The expo is excited to host a strategic session on ‘The Future of the HVACR Industry: Global Trends’ as the industry undergoes an intense period of transformation driven by new market demands and innovative technological solutions. During the session, speakers will address important issues in the HVACR sector, and what companies should expect going into 2022.
Panel Discussion: ‘Cities of the future in Russia and the world: Logical development or urban planning solutions imposed from outside?’
This unique panel discussion will address how the HVACR industry has played an important role in improving the quality of life in residential, public and urban spaces, and how this role will grow in the upcoming years.
Discussions will revolve around the possibility of combining urban development and the environment, as well as trends in sustainable office and residential design: How to design a standard for life for 20 years or more?
This topic is increasingly relevant not only as the number of city dwellers in some areas are expected to double by 2050, but also as the world enters a post-covid reality. This new reality necessitates additional requirements for maintaining a healthy atmosphere, while architectural and infrastructure objects require increasingly complex and efficient engineering systems.
Additions to the Expo
The expo’s official partner, the Panasonic Corporation, will present its nanoe™ technology against novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) strains to the public.
The introduction of their new technology comes at a time when people are trying to purify the air from various strains of coronavirus. After 20 years of studies, Panasonic announced the confirmation of the inhibitory effect of nanoe™ technology based on hydroxyl radicals against strains of a new type of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2): Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta. Testing was carried out in collaboration with a major Japanese research centre, Japan Textile Products Quality and Technology Centre (QTEC).
Panasonic has been researching this technology since 1997 and has confirmed its effectiveness in various areas, including the suppression of pathogens (bacteria, fungi and viruses) and allergens, the destruction of PM 2.5 particulate matter that affects the human body in a bad way.
nanoe™ is Panasonic’s original ionizer for generating nanoscale atomized water particles. Electrostatic atomization technology collects invisible moisture from the air and then with help of high voltage produces hydroxyl radicals contained in water. The presence of hydroxyl radicals in nanoe™ particles is critically important.
For the first time, the Climate World Expo will feature a media room — a platform for meeting professional bloggers. This will be a unique opportunity for those who want to work with bloggers and find partners to collaborate with.
With the pandemic changing the world, HVACR has come front and centre. International experts continue to observe the importance of proper HVACR systems in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 and see the industry’s role expanding in the near future.
Don’t miss out on this remarkable four-day event to interact with the world’s leading HVACR representatives and learn about the rapidly changing industry.
For further information please contact Mr. Michael Häussler at M.Haeussler@euroexpo-vienna.com or visit https://www.climate-expo.com
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