[ASC-list] brisbane event Ultra-low noise and low energy industrial air cooling - an example of successful sustainable development
jayne.keane at qm.qld.gov.au
Thu Jul 12 05:57:27 UTC 2012
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Ultra-low noise and low energy industrial air cooling - an example of
successful sustainable development
John Savery, Savery & Associates
WHEN Wednesday 18 July 2012 12:30pm - 1:30pm
WHERE Wet Tropics Room, Level 3, 400 George Street
Technology continues to intervene into many aspects of our lives - and
seemingly at an ever increasing rate!
A range of incentives and barriers influence the uptake of new
technologies. Some are technological, financial or regulatory and others
are attitudinal, for example resistance to change because of suspicion.
John Savery, Director & Principal Consultant of Savery and Associates
Pty Ltd, will explore these issues from a commercial perspective using
as an example a new development in industrial air-cooling - a new
ultra-quiet air-cooler that is virtually unknown in Australia that
provides not only low noise levels but significant energy savings.
John will cover:
the changing market place for best available technologies and energy
evaluating claims of performance, including "is it too good to be
his experiences and insights into what is happening overseas, in
particular in regard to ultra-low noise industrial fans and coolers from
200mm to 12m diameter.
Savery and Associates Pty Ltd provides noise & vibration consulting
services to government and corporate clients in major industry sectors
For more information - http://www.savery.com.au/
No refreshments will be provided - please feel welcome to bring your
Although 1:30pm will be announced - all participants are invited to
continue discussions until 2pm
Next session (tbc) 31 July
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