ASHRAE Region III Home Page

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ASHRAE Region III CRC 2018
click here to go to the CRC page

Region III will be holding its CRC on August 16, 17 & 18, 2018
inPittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Who We Are:
ASHRAEŽ, is an international organization of 50,000 persons with chapters throughout the world. The Society is organized for the sole purpose of advancing the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration for the public's benefit through research, standards writing, continuing education and publications. Through its membership, ASHRAE writes standards that set uniform methods of testing and rating equipment and establish accepted practices for the HVAC&R industry worldwide, such as the design of energy efficient buildings. The Society's research program, currently more than 100 research projects worth nearly $8 million, investigates numerous issues, such as identifying new refrigerants that are environmentally safe. ASHRAE organizes broad-based technical programs for presentation at it's semi-annual meetings and co-sponsors the international Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Exposition, the largest HVAC&R trade show in North America. ASHRAE Region III is located in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States of America and is comprised of design professionals and students in the H.V.A.C.& R. design industry.
Click here for the current issue of the Region III Regionaire

Click here for the invitation to the Region III Dinner in Chicago

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 This web site describes the activities of ASHRAE Region III. It does not represent official positions of the Society nor reflect Society policy. Region III pages are maintained by Gary C. Debes who may be contacted at gary.debes@mail.ashrae.org. To learn more about ASHRAE activities on an international level, contact the ASHRAE home page at http://www.ashrae.org

This page last updated on August 20, 2017 by Gary Debes