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NEW SOLUTIONS TO HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION AT RECORD-SETTING SHOW

 NEW SOLUTIONS TO HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION
 AT RECORD-SETTING SHOW
 ANAHEIM, Calif., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The heat is on for practitioners of indoor environmental control. In today's atmosphere of more restrictive regulations and escalating energy costs, professionals are being called upon to provide safe and economical answers to many and varied air-conditioning, heating, ventilating and refrigeration problems. The quickest and most effective source for these answers, according to its management, is the 1992 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition coming to the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Jan. 27 through 29.
 In the largest ever HVAC&R Show on the West Coast, more than 800 exhibitors will display and describe thousands of hardware and software items and systems. They cover virtually all phases of the industry's technology -- design, construction/installation, and maintenance, in all market segments -- commercial, industrial, institutional, residential, and original equipment manufacturers.
 Co-sponsored by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI), the three-day exposition will feature many new products and systems, developments that will enable professionals to find solutions to indoor climate control, and cold- temperature manufacturing and storage, compatible with our environment. Of special interest will be the hardware developed for use with the new refrigerants currently replacing detrimental chloroflurocarbons (CFCs). Data on these new refrigerants will be available, as well as information on compatible lubricants. A variety of equipment, large and small, will be exhibited: chillers; refrigeration systems; rooftop heating and cooling equipment; evaporators, condensers, and compressors of all types; exhaust systems and makeup air heaters; gas detection and monitoring equipment, combustion control systems; motors, pumps, fans; tools, meters, gauges, and much more.
 A truly international show, the exposition will include exhibitors from many countries around the world. Canada alone will be represented by over 40 manufacturers.
 Attendance is expected to be more than 17,000. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Admission for those not pre-registered is $10 at the door.
 For additional information, call Show Management, International Exposition Company, 212-986-4232.
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 /CONTACT: Hank Stevens of International Exposition, 212-986-4232/ CO: International Exposition Company ST: California, New York IN: SU:


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