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April 25 @ 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM UTC+0

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Webinar details

This webinar will delve into an exploration and comparison of the four primary HVAC system types. Our discussion will focus on sustainability, customer-centric services, and the integration of smart technologies. Explore the significance of Load Calculation for HVAC Systems in minimizing energy consumption and reducing overall environmental impact. Gain valuable insights into the future of HVAC, featuring innovative solutions aimed at enhancing efficiency, cost reduction, and elevating client satisfaction.

  • The webinar will be recorded and will be sent out to registered attendees afterwards.
  • A certificate of attendance will be provided to attendees who request one near the end of the live webinar session.
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Key takeaways from this webinar

  • Learn about the main types of HVAC systems
  • Load calculation for HVAC systems to reduce their energy use
  • New & advanced HVAC technology in 2024 and the future of HVAC systems

Related courses

This webinar/topic relates to our school of Mechanical Engineering and is particularly found in the following courses:

About the presenter

Mr. Frikkie Marx, EIT Lecturer & Promtus Development Services Consulting Engineer

With 38 years of postgraduate experience, including approximately 22 years in academics and training, Frikkie specializes in consultation within the fields of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Power Electronics (PE), and Information Technology (ICT). He has served as a lecturer at institutions such as Denel, RAU(UJ), Wits, Technikon SA(UNISA), and EIT. Additionally, Frikkie is a member of the SABS EMC and Power Electronics committee and has held the position of Vice-chairman of the Electrical Engineering Advisory Committee at Unisa, previously serving in the same role at Technikon SA. His prior professional engagements include roles at SA Railways, Navy, Armscor, and Denel.


April 25
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM UTC+0
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