The Thermal Engineering Show 2016, to be held on Thursday, 2nd June, brings together the foremost products and services involved in the field of thermal engineering and processing. The event will welcome senior decision makers and users from across the global engineering and manufacturing industry who share a professional interest in the practice, technology and science of thermal engineering from cooling and refrigeration technology to combustion systems and engineering. The Show is to be held at the iconic Derby Roundhouse at the centre of the UK’s engineering and manufacturing heritage. Building upon Derby’s reputation as the capital of engineering within the UK, this Show delivers an innovative and vibrant experience aimed at attracting the professional engineering community across the full range of industrial sectors. Driven by a high-profile, proactive marketing campaign, the event will attract a significant number of visitors and the highest calibre attendees in the industry. Entry to the exhibition for visitors is free.
Operated by GSE Media, the business behind the highly successful Engineering Simulation Show and Engineering Testing Show, The Thermal Engineering Show will provide a unique and additional opportunity for companies within this sector to network with potential clients and to build your sales pipeline.
The Thermal Engineering Show is a free to attend event and will run in conjunction with the IMechE’s Thermal Engineering conference (this area of the event which is adjacent to the exhibition will be a paid for conference) held at the same venue.
Thermal Engineering for Transport is a one day conference to be held alongside The Thermal Engineering Show on Thursday 2nd June at the Roundhouse, Derby, UK.
Building upon the IMechE’s successful VTMS event, Thermal Engineering for Transport will discuss how thermal engineering systems, infrastructure, and applications impact multiple industries, including Power, Aerospace, Automobile and many more.
Delegates attending this event will gain a unique insight into the role engineers are playing in the development of research projects and thermal engineering solutions.
Key technology areas include:
– Industrial Thermal Processes
– Induction Heating
– Driers, Ovens and Kilns
– Combustion Systems and Engineering
– Industrial Burners
– Steam Raising Plant
– Melting Technology
– Process Heating
– Refrigerant Gases
– Industrial Refrigeration Systems
– Electronics Cooling
– Heat Exchange Technologies
– Liquid Cooling
Modelling and Analysis
– Fluid Mechanics
– Simulation/ Modelling
– Thermal Imaging
– Thermal Management Systems
The following professionals and engineers ranging from mid to senior level will be attending the event:
Thermal Integration Principle Engineers
R & D Engineers
The show will provide two core features:
Should you be interested in receiving an information pack about the show to learn how to exhibit or to attend as a visitor, please contact us:
Tel: 01332 258317
Tel: 01332 258319