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Hubbard produces a complete range of refrigeration systems for all types of beer and wine cellar. These include several high performance systems as well as cost effective and reliable refrigeration, for the pub tenant or the largest pub operator. All our refrigeration systems use environmentally-friendly refrigerants.
 
Through The Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme, Hubbard customers can claim full capital allowances against their qualifying year tax assessment for purchase and installation costs of Carbon Trust approved energy-saving equipment.
 
In addition to Hubbard’s comprehensive range of refrigeration systems they also produce two money saving units in the form of the Hubbard ATU Air Transfer Unit which circulates cool exterior air into the cellar area to reduce the need for cellar conditioning, and the Hubbard HR Heat Recovery unit that captures waste heat produced by cellar conditioning compressors and condensers, converting it into a viable source of hot water for heating or washing.
Liteair is only available through nominated distributors.
ECA Approved
Hubbard Products Liteair are listed in the following categories:

Contact
ron pamplin
brewery sales manager ( wholesale )

Address
new copy farm,
glen view road,
burnley
lancashire
bb113qs
United Kingdom

Telephone: 07831 620071
Fax:
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