The LG Air Conditioning and Energy Solution Academy has launched a new air conditioning training programme for technicians on the installation and commissioning of the Multi V III (VRF technology).
The Multi V III is a commercial air condi
The Saudi heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) sector is expected to achieve between 30 and 50 per cent growth to emerge as a SR4.5 billion ($1.19 billion) market by 2014, said the organisers of an upcoming HVAC event in Riyadh.
A regional chilling and AC expert has urged constructors and real estate developers in the Gulf region to correct the sizes of the current air conditioning units for the benefit of end-users.
“Correctly sizing the unit to a building unit s
The Middle East region’s annual commercial air conditioning (CAC) market volume is expected to reach approximately $4 billion in 2014, a 35 percent growth from 2010, a report said.
In 2010, the region’s annual CAC market volume reached $2.
Gulf Craft, a leading manufacturer of fiberglass boat and yachts in the Middle East and Asia, has named Marvair as its preferred supplier for air-conditioning solutions in its Majesty Yachts range.
Marvair is a global heating, ventila
UAE-based contracting company Al Reyadah has stressed the importance of using high quality air-conditioning systems in green buildings in the UAE.
Engineer Mohammed Swairjo, general manager, Al Reyadah, said: “UAE is one of the biggest use
Samsung, in collaboration with its affiliate company United Pioneering Business (UPB), has established a service centre exclusively for AC units in Jordan.
This centre is a first of its kind in the country for specialising only in AC units
LG Air Conditioning Academy in Amman has trained 135 professionals from Jordan and the Levant since its recent inception in April.
LG organized a number of training courses in various fields such as VRF (MultiV) design and sales, VRF techn
The region's air conditioning market is growing at a rapid pace even in the face of a slowdown, industry experts stated.
Currently, district cooling in the region amounts to about 1.8 million tonnes of air conditioning, which is
Kuwait sent residents mobile telephone text messages asking them to turn down air conditioning units and switch off water boilers to avoid outages as power demand stretched capacity to the limit.
Kuwait is struggling to meet rapidly rising