Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC) develops, manufactures and distributes evaporative cooling products, offering innovative and sustainable cooling solutions for saving water and energy in air conditioning, refrigeration and industrial process applications. It is going to share its expertise during this year’s Summit, taking place from 25 to 28 October. BAC will also be a partner of the Summit’s “Legends of Eurovent” event, to celebrate the ongoing generation change within the industry and honour significant legends that have contributed to its development.
Mr David Jacobs, Vice President & Managing Director EMEIA and a member of the Eurovent Board of Directors will open the night by sharing his and BAC’s story within Eurovent. He stated in this respect:
“Baltimore Aircoil Company has always been a forerunner in Eurovent certification programmes. Already in 1989, BAC participated in the first discussions for cooling tower certification and finally the cooling tower certification programme was launched in 1997. 25 years after this milestone for our cooling tower industry, I’m pleased to be part of the celebration of Eurovent’s history at the Summit in Antalya.”
This year’s EUROVENT SUMMIT is co-organised with ISKID, the Turkish Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Manufacturers’ Association. It aims at #BuildingBridges between manufacturers and consultants, planners, installers, trade associations and policy makers, between Europe, the East and beyond, towards more sustainable and circular products, and towards more socially and environmentally responsible industry.
Highlights include the Eurovent Innovation/HUB, a rich seminar programme focused on both ventilation and refrigeration organised by ISKID and TTMD (Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers) in English and Turkish and an interactive policy panel on the first night, which will build bridges between many different stakeholders in the industry.