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CLIMATE CONTROL MIDDLE EAST
Climate Control Middle East  

Energy efficiency and IAQ have moved into our collective psyche like never before. We are witness to a worldwide clamour for efficient and elegant engineering solutions and strategies.

Climate Control Middle East recognises this sentiment among engineers and technocrats and strives to perpetuate it among the readers. Playing the role of a conduit, the magazine aims to share innovations and bold engineering approaches – in all realms of the HVACR industry. A case-in-point is the field of district cooling in the region, where the very best of minds have assembled to deliberate and hammer out top-notch solutions to technical as well as economic challenges. The magazine takes upon itself the responsibility of channelling their solutions and strategies to the wide readership, so that everybody can benefit and push an entire industry forward.

Climate Control Middle East is about much more than energy-efficiency, IAQ and district cooling, though. It is about people and companies in the industry and a sharing of their concerns, ideas, thoughts and perceptions. It is about community building and a sense of fraternity.

Climate Control Middle East is accessible online at www.climatecontrolme.com and available in digital format through Zinio

     
CHILL    
Chill  

Chill is Climate Control Middle East's answer to a strong demand for an in-depth and focused look at the district cooling industry in the Middle East.

Published semi-annually as a pull-out supplement of the magazine, Chill contains analyses, technical papers and guest columns on district cooling. The prime objective is to present solutions and strategies that can be adopted to surmount challenges in a fledgling district cooling industry. To meet this, Chill is willing to adopt innovative communication methods. A case in point is the June 2007 supplement, which featured a verbatim account of a roundtable discussion on the O&M aspects of district cooling.

Called DC Dialogue, the discussion involved key personalities in the industry. They brought to the table their day-to-day experiences on such issues as low delta T, controls and measurement, maintenance of chillers, and water treatment and cooling towers. The discussions were intense and detailed; the solutions were relevant and immediately applicable.

     
 
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