Issue : October issue
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Carrier Transicold has launched what is claimed to be the world’s first natural refrigerant technology based container.
Anaesthetic gases used during surgery procedures have been found to be more harmful than certain refrigerants.
The 4th IIR Ammonia Refrigeration Conference is set to take place April 14 – 16 in Ohrid, Macedonia.
Star Refrigeration has installed an Indigochiller air-conditioning system at The University of Strathclyde.
The Consumer Goods Forum has declared it plans to phase out HFC refrigerants and replace them with natural refrigerants as of 2015, where these are permitted on country-level regulations.
Ellis Training Works (ETW) has just seen its 1000th candidate pass the City & Guilds 2079 F Gas qualification, however the company has warned of the continuing lack of take-up.
The increase in heat pump demand will require up to 120,000 more engineers to be trained on the technology by 2020, according to Summitskills, the sector skills council for the building services engineering sector.
The announcement of heat pump training programs by Daikin and ICS/DeLonghi is further proof that manufacturers are gearing up for an upturn in demand, but is the industry ready?
RAC’s Retail Question Time brings supermarkets face to face with their suppliers to thrash out the major issues.
Andy Pearson’s tenure as president of the Institute of Refrigeration is set to be a busy one. He outlines to Andrew Gaved some of his plans and challenges they bring