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Training and consultancy for the RAC industry. Training is tailored to suit individual needs and prepared and presented by experienced practicing engineers. We assess candidates for the City and Guilds 2079 refrigerant handling scheme and the BRA brazer scheme. Our training includes sessions on hydrocarbon refrigerants and carbon dioxide as well as service and maintenance and appreciation of refrigeration. We also carry out skills evaluations and prepare and present training programes which hit the spot. Our consultancy provides tailor made solutions which are appropriate, practical and cost effective. Services include: Pressure Equipment Directive compliance advice; Equipment evaluation; Contractor auditing; Advice on running cost reduction of RAC plant; Advice on the application of alternative refrigerants, including hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide; Preparation of specifications which are practical and workable; Commissioning and recommissioning; On site trouble shooting; Expert witness work; Equipment selection; And much more. See www.coolconcerns.co.uk for more information.
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Contact
Jane Gartshore
Director

Address
Unit 5, Brockeridge Road, ,

Twyning
Gloucestershire
GL20 6BY
United Kingdom

Telephone: 01684 290333
Fax: 01684 342007
Website: www.coolconcerns.co.uk


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