The shortlist for the 2019 RAC and Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) National Student of the Year award has now been unveiled with ten people competing for the overall prize.
Academics and specialists will look at new approaches for sustainable cooling solutions and policy that will fully or partially make use of solar power in ‘sun-rich’ countries
Honeywell says it is collaborating with controls and components manufacturer Sanhua to commercialise its non-flammable HFO R466A. The product is marketed as Solstice N41.
AREA has unveiled new guidance that introduces key features of the EN378 standard.
A new Committee on Climate Change (CCC) report for parliament has called for the urgent publication of a clear strategy to tackle overheating in both new and existing properties.
Efforts to eliminate HCFC use and reduce industry reliance on HFC refrigerant in line with the Montreal Protocol offers a significant opportunity to broaden workplace diversity in refrigeration and air conditioning, according to the UN.
The August edition of RAC Magazine considers how the cooling sector is facing up to these pressures by looking at new approaches to technology, controls and data-led systems that are coming to market.
Open deck technology specialist Applied Design & Engineering has weighed into the debate on doors on fridges, in the wake of the petition currently before the UK Parliament.
My editor’s comment from back in 2014 makes interesting reading, in the light of the current debate…
The Institute of Refrigeration has selected Graeme Fox and Mike Creamer as its two candidates for election as President-Elect.
The London Refrigeration Society has published its 2019-2020 programme, as the society, now more than half a century old, seeks to keep members informed of developments in cooling and to grow its numbers.
Internet suppliers who don’t ask for F-Gas documentation and arrangements for certification in the event of a No Deal Brexit are among the hot topics to be discussed by a high-profile line-up of experts, including perhaps the industry’s premier experts on the subject, Graeme Fox of Refcom and refrigerant policy consultant Ray Gluckman.
Excitement is building for the biggest night out for the cooling sector, with the Cooling Awards now just eight weeks away.
Cooling firms in Ireland have been warned that their UK-awarded certificates for F-Gas and ODS will not apply after October 31 if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
A petition calling on the government to put doors on open cabinets has received a cool response from BEIS. The petition from a member of the public, Jonathan Golding, passed the 20,000 signature mark. This response amount triggers a response from government.
The Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) has partnered with the British Refrigeration Association (BRA) to revise the second part of its Guide to Good Commercial Refrigeration Practice with a focus on safety and environmental considerations.
Tesco is joining forces with Aerofoil Energy to both install Aerofoil shelf-edges and the technology company’s new Vortex-enhanced cabinets. The Vortex technology in the retailer’s new-build cases is claimed to deliver energy and carbon emissions savings to rival that of glass doored cases.
Preventing the use of illegal refrigerant and its potential implications for safety and operational performance are the focus of a new report from several key European cooling associations.
The EIA campaign group said it hopes to see the UK take an even stricter approach to curbing use of certain HFC refrigerant in the next few years over current F-Gas requirements.
FETA has appointed current British Refrigeration Association (BRA) president Mark Woods as its new chairman in a move expected to build on the group’s ongoing work to address environmental and Brexit concerns.