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ISHRAE chapter in Kochi

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KOCHI: The Kochi chapter of the Indian Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE) was formally inaugurated on Saturday.

Inaugurating the chapter, Mr G.C. Modgil, ISHRAE's all-India President at a function held at Tripunithura, said that ISHRAE was a professional body of engineers which updates and disseminates the latest trends in the sciences of heating, refrigerating, air-conditioning and related sciences.

The heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry is on an exponential growth path in Kerala. As a result, all leading national/international companies are in operation in the State. The Kerala market is now worth approximately Rs 125 crore. Mr Alex Cyriac and Mr Ch Lakshman Babu are the President and Secretary, while Mr M. Praveen is the Treasurer of the new chapter.

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