he Air-Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Institute Spring Meeting will take place May 18 — 20, 2020, in Washington, D.C. Attendees will have a chance to be at the first meeting of the new Industry Sector Leadership Council. They’ll get updates on important policies, a chance to discuss sector and product specific issues, and attendance at AHRI’s Need-to-Know session. There will also be working group meetings, networking, and keynote speakers.
Commonly Asked Questions About the MCAA FAB Conference:
Where is the show located?
The show will be held at the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
Who should attend the show?
Those welcome to attend are members of the Air-Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Institute.
Who will be exhibiting?
There won’t be an exhibition at the AHRI Spring Meeting.
Are there seminars available?
There will be general sessions on the following topics: AHRI Connect preview, heating regulatory update, cooling regulatory update, and state playbook: HFC regulations.
There will also be working group meetings available on the following topics: applied systems and mapped rating, FVIR proposal, compressors task group, variable refrigerant flow, furnace AFUE2, air conditioning & heat transfer, WHTC lab evaluation subcommittee, humidifiers, hydronics institute technical, liquid chillers technical, ERV software implementation, datacom, end to end supply chain - safe use of A2L & A3 for AC & CR, cold chain regulations, applied regulatory, water heating regulatory policy committee, unitary regulatory, plus joint VAV and FPCWT technical working group.
What is the cost of the show?
Are there official show hotels?
The official show hotel for the AHRI Spring Meeting is Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
Is there parking available?
Yes, parking is available at the event venue for paid.
How can I register for the show?
To register for the show email Beth Teferi at email@example.com
How to contact the show?
You can contact the show coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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