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Latest Magazine Articles
Battle to save historic ice factory 23-Aug-2012
AN HISTORIC ice factory and its 80-year-old refrigeration equipment have become the subject of a preservation battle.
Service and maintenance: The write way to make the job flow 1-May-2010
REFRIGERATION and air conditioning engineers are not normally employed on the basis of their administrative capabilities. Keeping up to date with new technology is difficult enough without having to keep up with the mundane but vital service and maintenance paperwork that goes with it.
Service and Maintenance: Flush with success 1-May-2010
The banning of R11 forced engineers to look again at methods for flushing a system. Advanced Engineering technical director Colin Pratt warns against the temptation to cut corners.
Precision Air Conditioning: When close is not close enough 1-May-2010
THROUGH simultaneous variable control of temperature, humidity, fan speed and capacity, the latest precision air conditioning can typically provide operators with a 30% increase in system efficiency compared with previous generation close control systems, according to Airedale project coordinator Adam Yarrington.
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** Reader Survey May 2004 analysed by the independent market research company, Vital Statistics Ltd