CLIMATE CONTROL MIDDLE EAST
 
For that chilling effect
 
Climate Control Middle East  

With the construction industry in overdrive, the Middle East is being called ‘the epicentre of cooling’. Indeed, nowhere else in the world can you hope to see the kind of hectic HVACR activity as in the Middle East.

Set against this backdrop, we feel privileged to publish Climate Control Middle East, the only dedicated magazine on the HVACR industry in the region.

While being an industry-specific magazine is a virtue, we do not rest on it. With a set of pro-active measures in place, we produce an editorial well of news and analysis that is timely, relevant and accurate. Through cover stories, feature stories, technical papers, case studies and guest columns, we open the world of HVACR to you, as played out in the Middle East.

Broadly speaking, a typical issue of Climate Control Middle East contains information on district cooling, Green Buildings and IAQ. In addition, we look at policy matters – be it relating to the Montreal Protocol or Kyoto Protocol – governmental initiatives and industry regulations.

While we regard all aspects of HVACR as important, we feel compelled to intensify our focus on certain aspects. A case in point is district cooling. Another example is IAQ. Since its inception, the magazine has established a happy tradition of publishing in-depth pull-out supplements on the two subjects. The discussion on district cooling encompasses a mind-boggling range of sub-issues, including the low delta T syndrome, thermal energy storage and fouling of equipment. And in the case of IAQ, the sub-issues include mould remediation, VOCs and maintenance procedures.

Since its origin, Climate Control Middle East has evolved into a must-read publication in the industry. We attribute this happy state of affairs as much to journalistic curiosity as to planning and a structured approach to news gathering and dissemination.

     
   
 
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