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Cooling bodies agree co-operation over promotion of natural refrigerants


Jason, I assume that your comment about changing to the Cooling Institute was made with your tongue very firmly in your cheek? Neither the of the bodies mentioned in this news item refer to themselves as a Cooling Body. I assume that the headline is just journalistic license. But Jason you are correct in your comment that the word cooling is being used more frequently these days to refer to refrigeration and air conditioning. Both of which are far more than just simple cooling. I have also seen the recent trend of taking about cooling as a commodity, and references to the cold economy. I assume that these terms are being used to try and differentiate in some way, and for some reason. Most probably to gain funding. Rest assured, refrigeration is here to stay but as an industry we should explain that it is much more than just cooling.

Posted date

25 July, 2015

Posted time

11:42 pm