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 1 Oct 2007

London HEVAR's new venue is a hit

Like Jose Mourinho London HEVAR has left Chelsea and for the better many say as September 26 saw the exhibition fling open its doors to visitors at a brand new venue -the Royal Horticultural Halls. As befits the occasion, feedback so far has been just as grand as the halls 
 28 Sep 2007

AC raid causes £52,000 loss for Coolit Refrigeration

Job losses are being considered following the theft of 133 ac units from installer Coolit Refrigeration's warehouse which cost the firm £52,000. 
 28 Sep 2007

North south divide rules for ac

The north/south divide exists even between firms considering ac installation, according to a recent poll. 
 25 Sep 2007

NRW opens Cardiff branch and trade counter

Refrigeration and ac wholesaler and distributer NRW has opened a new branch and trade counter in Cardiff. 
 24 Sep 2007

Montreal protocol's birthday deal quickens HCFC phase-out

Nearly 200 countries have agreed to accelerate the Montreal Protocol treaty to freeze and phase out HCFCs. 
 21 Sep 2007

SWM bought by Gasco Europe

Leading UK air conditioning supplier SWM Distribution has been acquired by Gasco Europe NV, the Belgium-based seller of refrigerants and refrigeration equipment. 
 21 Sep 2007

EIA scoops two gongs for undercover spywork

THE Environmental Investigation Agency's success in exposing the global smuggling of banned ozone-depleting chemicals has won it two top awards. 
 19 Sep 2007

Coca-cola's Olympic coolers 100% HFC-free

COCA-COLA is using green coolers and vending machines in all the official venues of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. 
 19 Sep 2007

Mitsubishi Electric gets Shanghai's vote

SHANGHAI consumers have voted Mitsubishi Electric the best air conditioning brand. 
 18 Sep 2007

Carter Synergy and HRP seal supplier deal

WHOLESALER HRP has signed a sole supplier deal with Carter Synergy. 
 17 Sep 2007

Fishing on thin ice

BETTER refrigeration will not save Aberdeen Port’s fishing industry say its harbour board, but the firm supplying ice to chill the port’s fish fears the status quo won’t help ice sales either. 
 14 Sep 2007

HVCA president bites back at government over failure to enforce Part L

HVCA president John Miller has challenged the government to police changes introduced last year to Part L of the building regulations. 
 13 Sep 2007

IOR to present refrigerant leak solutions

ACR professionals are being invited to hear the Institute of Refrigeration’s president-in-waiting present solutions for the industry’s biggest bugbear –refrigerant leakage. 
 12 Sep 2007

Coca-Cola gulps down fine for ammonia leak at plant

Coca-Cola swallowed a $4,400 fine for waiting nearly three days before telling authorities about an ammonia leak from a refrigeration system at its Bellevue plant. 
 11 Sep 2007

New name for Axair Climate

SOLIHULL-based distributor Axair Climate is to change its name to Walter Meier (Climate Solutions), the new name being given to all subsidiaries within its parent company Walter Meier Holdings Group. 
 10 Sep 2007

Cryogenically-chilled mayo proves good enough to eat

Super fast and continuous chilling of mayonnaise, sauces and pastes is possible thanks to Air Products' continuous sauce chiller which passed German taste tests. 
 7 Sep 2007

Mitsubishi appoints PACAIR as a value added reseller

AIR conditioning supplier PACAIR has been appointed as an official Value Added Reseller (VAR) for Mitsubishi Electric. 
 7 Sep 2007

Aga focused on securing buyer for Williams Refrigeration

AGA Foodservice Group is talking with several parties about its plans to sell Williams Refrigeration and the rest of its food service division. 
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