ATMO Australia debuts in Melbourne, ATMO America moves to Chicago

By Suzanne Lindquist, Nov 12, 2015, 15:08 3 minute reading

The ATMO events are not only growing in stature but also conquering new territory. Metropolitan Melbourne is getting ready to stage the very first ATMOsphere Australia, in May 2016, while ATMOsphere America 2016 heads to the Windy City of Chicago from this year’s event in Atlanta. A call for case studies for both events will be issued soon.

Established as a significant forum for discussions on the business case for natural refrigerants in several regions, ATMO Australia, the newest addition to the ATMOsphere events series, is now shifting the focus to Australia and New Zealand. The ATMOsphere Australia 2016 participants will have the opportunity to hear and discuss about the latest natural refrigerant technology developments, regulatory updates and market trends.

While in Melbourne, the participants will also have the chance to attend another industry leading event: ARBS 2016, Australia’s only international trade exhibition for the air conditioning, refrigeration and building services industry, running from 17-19 May.

ATMOsphere America 2016 will strive to break the series attendance record and is expected to be the biggest ATMOsphere event ever held. HVAC&R industry experts will present the latest innovations, updates on policy and challenges facing natural refrigerants technology. Some new features have also been added to the programme, guaranteeing a captivating conference for attendees.

Key Topics and Highlights

ATMOsphere Australia 2016:

The conference will consist of a full program of end user and supplier panels, policy, market trends and technology case study sessions in HVAC&R, without forgetting the extensive networking opportunities.

The ATMOsohere Australia 2016 participants will discover emerging trends in commercial and industrial refrigeration as well as air conditioning with natural refrigerants. A number of industry experts, including government representatives and leading manufacturers, will highlight both the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.

Finally, an exclusive networking reception will be the perfect ending to this information-packed one-day event.

Registration for Australia will officially open in early December and a Call for Case Studies will also be issued next month. For more information, registration and regular updates, please visit:

ATMOsphere America 2016:

Besides a strategically selected new location in Chicago, ATMOsphere America 2016 boasts an improved program, including end user and supplier panels, policy, market trends and technology case study sessions. The new features added to the busy schedule include additional site visits and training sessions on the days before and after the conference. An exclusive networking reception will surely be remembered as one of the highlights of the event.

ATMOsphere America 2016 is expected to be the biggest ATMOsphere event so far, with about 400 industry stakeholders expected to descend on Chicago from all over the world. It will be a truly unique opportunity to meet and exchange with leading end users, contractors, suppliers, and government representatives.

Registration for America will officially open in early December with a holiday special discount and a Call for Case Studies will be issued in January. For more information, registration and regular updates, please visit:

Confirmed Sponsors:

Already, a number of leading companies have announced their support for ATMOsphere Australia and ATMOsphere America 2016, including:


BITZER (America/Australia); Carnot Refrigeration (America); Heatcraft (Australia); Mayekawa (Australia); Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-conditioners Australia (Australia), Emerson Climate Technologies (America)


CAREL (America/Australia); Baltimore Aircoil Company (America); Stellar (America); Danfoss (Australia); Emerson Climate Technologies (Australia); Gordon Brothers (Australia)


EcoThermics Corporation (America); DORIN (Australia); KAV Consulting (Australia); RSES (America); Scantec Refrigeration Technologies (Australia); Secop (America)

Sponsorship opportunities:

For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact Franziska Menten at

For other questions or comments, please contact


By Suzanne Lindquist

Nov 12, 2015, 15:08

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