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News Archive - August 2005

NEWS RELEASE: Major Sale By Auction of New Unused Refrigerated Display Eqp (St Helens, UK) 19 August 2005
Short Notice of Major Sale By Auction of New Unused Refrigerated Display Eqp comprising Low Height and Standard Height Multi Deck Displays, Full Height Glass Door Displays, Half Glass Door and Well Cases Displays, Reach In Displays, Island Chilled and Frozen Displays, Beers Wines & Spirits Cases, Miscellaneous General Refrigeration Pieces. (Approx 800 lots in all)... More details as they arrive.

Hiring the wrong contractor is a waste 19 August 2005
IN THE light of the reclassification of refrigerants as hazardous waste and the future imposition of refrigerant handling legislation, REFCOM, the register of companies competent to handle refrigerants in the UK, has made a renewed call for anyone hiring air conditioning contractors to exercise additional caution.

The fleets in for WR 19 August 2005
WR REFRIGERATION has taken delivery of 50 new Mercedes Vito 109CDI Compact vans as the refrigeration contractor moves to replace all of its van fleet over the next 18 months.

Refrigerant choice has little effect on energy efficiency 19 August 2005
A NEW guidance note from the Institute of Refrigeration concludes that the choice of refrigerant has very little effect upon the energy efficiency of cooling systems - far more important is a properly maintained, well designed system.

Trox: a new force in fan coil manufacturing 05 August 2005
TROX UK has acquired the design and manufacturing rights of the Phantom water side and air side fan coil previously manufactured by Colt. Trox has been acting as distributor of the fan coil range since last year.

Royair back on top 05 August 2005
ROYAIR Ltd, the Honiton-based supplier of air conditioning components, has now come out of administration and been handed back to director Peter Reid and Royair's managment after reaching a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) with its creditors.

MHI and Hitachi "collaborate" but no merger 05 August 2005
MITSUBISHI Heavy Industries and Hitachi have cancelled their plans to form an air conditioning joint venture and, instead, will pursue "multifaceted collaboration" to include product development and material and component procurement.

BAC dropped by Mitsubishi Electric 05 August 2005
JUST six months after agreeing a new three-year deal, Mitsubishi Electric has terminated its distribution agreement with BAC Air Conditioning.

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