Heat transfer fluid specialists to help businesses at agricultural energy event
Agricultural and rural businesses from across the country are set to learn more about improving energy efficiency when heat transfer fluid specialists Kilfrost exhibit at the Energy Now Expo 2020.
The event is part of the Energy and Rural Business Show, taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday (March 3rd and 4th) at the East of England Arena in Peterborough, and provides information and guidance on renewable energy and carbon management.
There are three sections within the show, including the Low Emission Expo and Rural Business Expo – with the Energy Now Expo focusing on renewable energy options available to support farmers and landowners to sustainably manage their energy usage.
The Kilfrost team will be on hand at the Ground Source Heat Pump Association Pavilion (stand 123) to share their pioneering industry expertise with attendees.
Bob Kane, Head of Sales and Marketing, said: “Our specialists have formulated Kilfrost GEO, an advanced heat transfer fluid which greatly improves the performance of closed loop ground and water source pumps.
“It’s a non-toxic alternative to its competitors but that increase in safety does not compromise its effectiveness. In fact, it delivers an immediate increase in pumping and heat transfer efficiency, meaning rural businesses using GEO see significant long-term energy savings.
“It’s classified as non-hazardous by CLP/REACH and is free from nitrates, nitrites, borates, heavy metals and phosphates. Naturally, we know those working within the agricultural sector have environmental impact at the forefront of their minds, which is why we’ve worked hard to design a product with these credentials.
“We’re looking forward to attending the event, and meeting lots of agricultural teams to talk to them about getting the most out of their heat pumps.”
Visit www.energyandruralbusiness.co.uk/welcomeuk for more information or to book tickets. To find out more about GEO and the range of other specialist products from Kilfrost, visit www.kilfrost.com.