Organisers recently confirmed that China Refrigeration 2020 will be held in Chongqing. The most well-known Asian trade fair about refrigeration, air-conditioning and ventilation systems was originally scheduled to take place in Wuhan from 8th to 10th April this year.
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HVAC technicians have adopted some efficient strategies against the spread of coronavirus, which all companies with ventilation systems should consider; solutions which may often be simple, but can considerably reduce the risk of contamination in the workplace.