TCB for the STGs 

TCB for the STGs 

AIRAH’s Special Technical Groups are benefitting from a re-designed website 

Next time you venture to the AIRAH corporate website check out the new site for AIRAH Special Technical Groups, or STGs. 

You’ll find it under the “Industry leadership” section. 

What are the Special Technical Groups? 

AIRAH’s Special Technical Groups (STGs) represent the major areas of the dynamic HVAC&R field.  A primary source of original research and personal perspectives from the world’s leading thinkers in our industry, they foster technical communities within their respective specialties across countries and continents.

AIRAH’s STGs are invested in advancing the skills of their members, keeping them abreast of emerging trends. They offer opportunities for networking with colleagues, staying connected to peers and negotiating the strategic challenges of today’s environment.

STGs drive innovation across a broad spectrum of disciplines, they provide input into AIRAH’s newsletters and magazines, encourage excellence through multiple supporting organising conferences and activities on a local-to-global scale.

Some background  

AIRAH’s members and stakeholders have a need for technically accurate, unbiased information relating to issues in the industry and the marketplace.  Although the volume of information available is increasing, it is recognised that a significant amount of opinion, misinformation and marketing- related content exists that does not always stand up to technical scrutiny but is presented as fact.  

In this context AIRAH’s STGs provide a vehicle for our industry leaders to understand interpret and provide guidance to our members and stakeholders in an unbiased and fact-based manner. 

STG-new-home-page

Re-designed website for AIRAH Special Technical Groups (STGs).

AIRAH’s Special Technical Groups 

  • Big Data and Analytics 
  • Building Physics 
  • Commercial Kitchen Exhaust 
  • Commissioning 
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Infection Control and Operating Theatre Practices 
  • Refrigeration
  • Resilience 
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