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13 - 15 October 2020 // Nuremberg, Germany

Chillventa Newsroom

Press releases of Chillventa

  • Milestone: Chillventa crosses the 1,000-exhibitor mark!

    This year’s Chillventa is the largest ever. With further increases in both exhibition space (+2%) and exhibitor numbers (+4%), it is providing the industry with an even better forum to put on the best possible show. From 16 to 18 October 2018, Chillventa is making the exhibition venue in Nuremberg THE gathering place for the international refrigeration, AC, ventilation and heat pump community.

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  • Chillventa Award 2018: And the winners are …

    NürnbergMesse and Bauverlag made the presentations to the lucky winners on the first day of the Chillventa exhibition. The Chillventa AWARD was given in four categories: large-scale refrigeration, commercial refrigeration, air-conditioning systems and heat pumps.

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  • “The biggest Chillventa of all times”

    Chillventa will turn the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg into the international meeting place for the refrigeration, air-conditioning, ventilation and heat pump community. For the first time, over 1,000 exhibitors are expected to set up stands this year. Daniela Heinkel, Exhibition Director for Chillventa at NürnbergMesse, talks about how well the exhibition has developed and what innovations trade visitors can look forward to this year.

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  • Focus on heat pumps

    At the special display area “Heat pumps, one key technology for the successful energy transition” Experts from the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) are combinating theory and practise.

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  • Overcoming the challenge

    Speakers from the Bundesfachschule Kälte-Klima-Technik will present valuable information on all aspects of hygiene in air-cooled heat exchangers

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