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 4 Aug 2020

Air con – perfect for the garden office

When Steve Martin – a public relations consultant working on his own and renting a serviced office in a nearby town - decided that he wanted to work from home, he built a purpose-designed small office in his garden – so he still had to go to work in ... 
 4 Aug 2020

Union Industries acts fast on supply of rapid roll freezer door

Union Industries, the UK’s leading manufacturer of high-speed industrial doors, has supplied and installed one of its innovative Eiger fast acting rapid roll freezer doors within three weeks of receiving the order.... 
 4 Aug 2020

Isentra helps Brakes reduce carbon emissions

CO2 refrigeration specialist Isentra has helped Brakes, the UK’s leading foodservice wholesaler, reach a new milestone in its goal to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2025.... 
 4 Aug 2020

Covid magnified the skills gap, but sped up possible solutions

The Covid-19 crisis exacerbated the existing skills gap in the building services sector, but also created new opportunities and accelerated potential solutions, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).... 
 4 Aug 2020

Carrier offers new CPDs on chiller efficiency

? Carrier is offering three new Continuous Professional Development (CPD) courses focusing on chiller efficiency and compliance in relation to the latest European and UK regulations.... 
 28 May 2020

Revolutionising the future of heating and cooling – an IOR SIRACH event

The IOR’s SIRACH Network will be hosting an event on 9 June focusing on the recent advances of heating and cooling.... 
 28 May 2020

A-Gas Rapid Recovery’s key role at hospital

The cooling industry has provided key support for essential services during the Coronavirus pandemic. A-Gas Rapid Recovery completed what could have been a challenging job at a hospital maternity unit during the lockdown. This involved the removal ... 
 17 Mar 2020

Brexit: What next?

Steve Schofield, Director & CEO of the British Pump Manufacturers’ Association, offers a viewpoint on the key topic of regulatory alignment.... 
1994 and 2013 Energy Performance ‘Best Practice’ Guidelines for Cold Stores by Evans et al. (2013) and ETSU UK (1994).
 13 Mar 2020

New ‘best practice’ guidelines for cold and chill refrigeration facilities

New research by Dr Andy Pearson of Star Refrigeration reveals that the energy consumption of a modern, well-maintained temperature-controlled storage facility can now be less than 30% of the currently accepted UK’s ‘Best Practice’ Guidelines figures.... 
 9 Mar 2020

CIAT delivers turnkey chiller replacement at Pentland Brands HQ

CIAT UK has completed a full chiller replacement at the headquarters of Pentland Brands, which manages a portfolio of global sports, fashion and outdoor brands. CIAT is part of Carrier, a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating ... 
 9 Mar 2020

Tom Aikens chooses Precision equipment for Muse

Situated in Belgravia London is Muse, Tom Aikens’ latest restaurant to open its doors. Muse has 25 covers, and provides an intimate dining experience in iconic surroundings. The food consists of 6 or 10 course taster menus, served with delicious ... 
 9 Mar 2020

UK’s indoor air is not coronavirus-ready

Oliver Zimmermann, chief executiveof Condair Group, comments on the lack of humidity control regulations for public places and the subsequent impact on possible coronavirus transmission and the nation’s health.... 
 6 Mar 2020

Can the ex-military help solve the skills crisis

The construction industry is made up of 2.3 million workers and contributes an estimated six per cent of the UK’s GDP. Despite this, the industry is facing some worrying concerns; The latest government figures show the number of people starting an ... 
 3 Mar 2020

Acquainting future engineers with future technologies

GERMANY: Aarhus Maskinmesterskole (Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering) is a technical college with high educational standards located in Denmark’s second largest city. Together with the companies JF Køleteknik, H Jessen Jürgensen, ... 
Fujitsu Airstage V-III being lifted onto roof plant compound.
 3 Mar 2020

Fruit picks Fujitsu for club upgrade

Clubbers in Hull are being kept comfortable by an efficient and flexible VRF air conditioning system from Fujitsu.... 
 27 Feb 2020

Freezer plant installation for Miller

Miller Food Service supplies ambient, chilled and frozen food to hospitality and leisure venues throughout Yorkshire. Responding to increased demand, it was decided to expand LT storage with the addition of a new freezer plant. Refrigeration ... 
L-r: Paul Smith and Neil Henry.
 25 Feb 2020

HLA Services secure latest long-term contract

From a single unit in Sunderland, 17 years ago, to multiple offices across the North of England, HLA Services’ latest milestone sees them agree to look after the heating, air conditioning and ventilation at Middlesbrough College.... 
Chiller equipped with sound attenuation pack.
 19 Feb 2020

Carrier chillers cool MRI scanner facility

A new multi-million pound MRI scanner facility at NHS University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, is being cooled by high-efficiency chillers from Carrier. Carrier’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) business is a part of Carrier, a ... 
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