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SRS and Frigadon demonstrate benefits of secondary refrigeration and hydrocarbons

Use of hydrocarbons and secondary refrigeration offer dual benefit of lower emissions and energy saving, says Anglo-Swedish group

Secondary refrigeration specialist the Frigadon Group has welcomed visitors to a three-day event, demonstrating the group’s products to customers. The group embraces both Frigadon AB, Sweden and SRS Frigadon UK

Bjorn Skattberg, md of Frigadon AB said: “We had current and prospective customers from Sweden, Denmark, the UK, Greece, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA through the doors and have since received extremely positive feedback about the Frigadon open week and the equipment that we produce.”

Visitors were able to see SRS-Frigadon hydrocarbon chillers at various stages of production, from design drawings to finished chillers in the Test Centre, as well as newly developed Frigadon OEM products for industry.

In recognition of the recent F-Gas Regulations, clients were very keen to hear about hydrocarbons from Daniel Colbourne. The use of hydrocarbons and Hycool heat transfer fluids, having zero CO2 emissions, coupled to the benefits of reduced energy consumption, were high on the agenda as a viable means of future proofing forthcoming installations.

Alan Colbourne, chief executive of the group added: “We were extremely pleased to have the support of suppliers Bitzer, Grundfos, AIA, Hycool, Georg Fischer and Klyma for our event.”

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