Book your spot! Training session on food refrigeration systems

From July 1 to 5 2024, Professor Don Cleland will be leading a training  workshop in London entitled “Cost-Effective Refrigeration”. 

Refrigeration is the cornerstone of the global food industry, and the use of industrial heat pumps is expanding significantly.  


Professor Don Cleland, a distinguished member of the IIR’s C2 Commission on Food Science and Engineering, is spearheading a teaching workshop focused on food refrigeration systems. Named "Cost-Effective Refrigeration," this instructive session will be held in London from 1 to 5 July, 2024. 


Key outcomes of the workshop:

  • Optimise your food refrigeration designs and operations 
  • Enhance your understanding of food refrigeration systems 
  • Learn new methods for predicting system performance 
  • Minimise energy use whilst maintaining product quality 


The teaching methods used are suited to a wide variety of educational backgrounds and levels of practical experience and will cover both the design and operation of refrigeration systems and refrigerated applications. 

This teaching workshop is being offered for the first time in the United Kingdom. It has been delivered more than 30 times in New Zealand and Australia to over 700 industry participants. 


Registration is open until 13 June 2024. 
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Don Cleland is Professor of Process Engineering at Massey University in New Zealand. He has more than 40 years’ experience in research, consultancy and training in refrigeration, heat pumps, system design, food processing and preservation, energy management and energy efficiency.