A county court case that ruled in favour of a client may lead to serious repercussions in the refrigeration industry, warns Phil Evans.
RAC Engineer highlights the gradually blurring lines between heating and air conditioning and asks what it will mean for engineers
In the last few months, there have been a raft of developments in the industry’s response to the Europe-wide F Gas Regulations, from training to registration to practical leak prevention measures.
The NHS is one of the biggest hvacr users in the UK, but if it were to use the lessons of the big supermarkets it could save hundreds of millions of pounds in energy costs, says RDM’s Ken Groves.
Ray Gluckman, director of F-Gas Support gives a reminder of the obligations and the responsibilities
In this exclusive overview, Ellis Training Works’ MD John Ellis provides some food for thought on the areas where engineers need to concentrate and on one forgotten issue – energy consumption – which will ultimately benefit everyone.
Following the first Real Zero open meeting hosted by IOR where all parts of the supply chain met to discuss the issue of leakage, some key drivers of change have been identified:
Guy Hundy looks at the IOR’s collaboration with the BRA
IOR president Jane Gartshore introduces the latest from the Real Zero leak reduction project
Delegates to RAC’s show seminars were given a rough guide to the hot industry topics, ranging from R22 phase out through to F-Gas and energy performance certificates. Andrew Gaved reports