Gram has appointed David Nisbet as its new account manager for Scotland and Ireland to help grow the business, maintain existing relationships and develop new partnerships.
Cool-Therm Ltd has acquired AC Air Con Ltd, the specialist supplier of chiller and compressor parts.
As part of its Future Thinking programme, created to encourage those who work in building services to think about the issues that will affect the industry in the next few years, Daikin UK is inviting building services engineers and engineering consultants to attend one of its forward-thinking, CPD-accredited HVACR seminars across the UK.
Cool-Therm Ltd has opened a new Midlands office at the prestigious University of Wolverhampton Science Park.
The Institute of Refrigeration will be hosting the International Institute of Refrigeration’s 12th Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluid Conference in the UK in August 2016.
Beijer Ref has published its results for the third quarter of 2014 which reveal a 6.4% increase in net sales to SEK1,947.4m and a 7.6% rise in operating profit to SEK157.8m.
Dunham-Bush, the designer and manufacturer of temperature control solutions, has engineered an in-house solution to provide end users and specifiers with BIM (Building Information Modelling) objects and families not only for standard but also for specially designed heating and cooling products.
Family-owned firm Buffaload Logistics has 15 years’ experience in the temperature-controlled sector and has been pursuing ambitious growth plans.
First Choice Refrigeration Spares has been appointed as an approved UK stockist of the CAREL range of refrigeration equipment controls developed for the retail market.
Fläkt Woods has received accreditation as a Carbon Trust supplier in recognition of its strong track record in designing and delivering high quality HVAC products.
Building services specialist, LJJ, has promoted Philip Eykel to its main board as the company’s new operations director for the southern region.The move follows significant growth at LJJ, which has seen the company’s turnover increase to £40 million ...
The construction industry will grow 23% by the end of 2018 and contribute £12 billion to the UK economy over the next two years alone, according to the latest Construction Products Association Autumn Forecasts. Dr Noble Francis, Economics Director ...
Against the backdrop of World Food Day, Carrier is launching its inaugural “World Cold Chain Summit to Reduce Food Waste” in London on 20 November. The conference will convene global leaders in academia, government and business to discuss food waste ...
BITZER is presenting innovative compressor solutions at Chillventa this week.
Kilfrost is demonstrating the benefits of inhibited glycols for use in refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation and heat pump systems at Chillventa this week.
Viessmann has launched a new evaporator which uses CO2 as refrigerant, making it compliant with the latest F gas regulations, as well as energy efficient and environmentally friendly, fast to assemble and easy to maintain.
AREA, the European organisation of air conditioning, refrigeration and heat pump contractors, has issued a guide on the new F-gas regulation.
Resource Data Management is launching a raft of new products at this year’s Chillventa and introducing a number of important developments to existing products.
The company is hitting the road to bring its commercial heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) solutions to its customers in France, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, UK, Ireland and Switzerland.
KRIWAN is presenting new products, new areas of application and new perspectives at this year’s Chillventa.
On 1 July, Dr Christian Ellwein was appointed managing director of KRIWAN Industrie-Elektronik GmbH by corporate partner Friedrich Kriwan and the company’s advisory board.
At this years’ Chillventa exhibition, Danfoss puts the spotlight squarely on the main challenge for the cooling industry in the coming years and decades: How to reduce the emission of harmful gases without compromising wellbeing, efficiency and commercial growth.
Airedale International has returned to Chillventa 2014 with many of its innovative cooling products.
This year leading commercial refrigeration firm, Tecumseh Products Company, is celebrating its 80th anniversary.
Italian manufacturer Enex, a leader in the design and manufacture of packaged CO2 refrigeration equipment, has appointed Green Cooling as its UK distribution partner.
Embraco is launching a new family of compressors with higher energy efficiency, larger cooling capacity and reduced acoustic impact for commercial refrigeration equipment.
At Chillventa this week Vulkan Lokring is presenting its tube connection technology for the installation and repair of plug-in refrigerators.
Powrmatic has launched the Vision 2.3 twin duct, condenserless heat pump air conditioner and says it offers exceptionally low noise levels, Class A efficiency and a stylish contemporary design.
In 2014 our industry is once again facing the challenge of new developments, such as the end of reclaimed HCFCs and new F-gas regulations. Climalife, part of the Dehon Group which celebrated its 140th anniversary at Chillventa, has launched a ...
Leading High Street retailers are being urged to do their bit for the climate by closing the door on open refrigerated display units.
Trane and Honeywell have announced that they are working together to increase energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).
German motor and fan manufacturer Ziehl-Abegg has been recognised by the Embassy of Spain for its commitment to foreign co-workers through a project entitled ‘Germany – Land of Ideas’.
BITZER UK’s Graeme Acton has retired after 14 years with the company.
According to the Construction Products Association’s latest State of Trade Survey, there has been continued growth in UK sales of construction products in the third quarter of 2014.
Building services engineering design consultancy, Desco, is helping to combat skills shortages in the construction industry by supporting young engineers in their future careers.
Borahurst is a multi-award winning mechanical services company based in Reigate, in Surrey, and is currently expanding.
According to a new survey by specialist HVAC recruitment consultants Thornhvac, sales professionals in the air conditioning sector prefer to work for companies that offer good service and technical support.
Mitsubishi Electric has launched the City Multi YLM VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) range of air conditioners.
McQuay UK Ltd has recruited two new sales team members as part of its strategic growth strategy.
One of the refrigeration industry’s best known figures, Ray Gluckman, has launched a new consultancy specialising in refrigeration, energy efficiency and climate change.
Boyd Food Machinery, the supplier of used, refurbished and new equipment, has established new office and warehousing facilities in Belfast and Co Waterford, Ireland.
In partnership with Sainsbury’s, A-Gas has introduced a new carbon dioxide (R744/CO2) analysis and testing service, which aims to improve the monitoring of CO2 refrigeration system performance.
Daikin UK is sponsoring this year’s CIBSE Young Engineers Awards as part of its newly launched Future Thinking campaign.
GSH Group, the facilities and energy management company, has been awarded a three-year contract worth around $2.7 a year with the New York City Department of Correction.
CAREL has appointed Michael Leach to its Climate Division with responsibility for Applied Products and Technical Solutions.
Air conditioning and refrigeration distributor TF Solutions says that this year’s hot summer has helped to make the 2014 season one of its best ever.
Keysource, the data centre design, build and management specialist, has appointed David Young as client services director.
National Wholesaler Dean & Wood has cemented a new supply chain partnership with Reflok, the aluminium pipeline system for refrigeration and air conditioning.John Billson, managing director of Dean & Wood said: “With Howard Noble at the helm,...
Honeywell has announced that appliance manufacturer Haier will adopt its new low-global-warming-potential Solstice Liquid Blowing Agent in China to help insulate and increase the energy efficiency of its refrigerators.
New qualifications have been launched to help organisations to prevent the outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease and the multiplication of legionella bacteria.
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