Guardian Water Treatment is exhibiting and presenting alongside Hevasure at Build2Perform, taking place in Kensington Olympia on 27th and 28th November. The conference, hosted by CIBSE, is staging an impressive schedule of seminar sessions and there will also be the opportunity for delegates to visit the stands of over 60 companies from across the building services engineering sector.
Steve Munn, MD of Hevasure and Steven Booth, MD of Guardian Water Treatment will be delivering a seminar on the 27th , at 3.30 in the Headline Theatre – ‘The Value of Reliability’.
The duo will be presenting compelling evidence to support the case for remote monitoring in water-based HVAC systems, highlighting the significant cost-saving potential, and setting out the limitations of conventional approaches to water system management. Hevasure’s award winning monitoring technology revolutionises the protection heating and chilled water systems from corrosion damage.
Both men have a wealth of experience in the industry. Steve Munn, BSc hons (Materials Science), MSc (Information Systems) is an experienced research scientist. He launched Hevasure Ltd. in 2014 after three years working at Midland Corrosion Services (MCS) where the short-comings of traditional approaches to commissioning and maintaining commercial HVAC systems became apparent.
Steven Booth is a highly respected water treatment chemist, with a great deal of experience from years working across a range of industry sectors from Local Government to the Food and Beverage Companies. He specialises in developing integrated solutions to provide sustainable and efficient water treatment processes.
The conference and the seminars are free to attend and you can register here. Once registered, you can book the sessions you wish to attend, arrange meetings with the exhibitors and plan your day.
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