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 16 Sep 2008

Cooling & heating technologies in the spotlight

AIR-CONDITIONING firms and professionals will cast their vote in the S-Factor on September 25, with sustainable technologies facing scrutiny from a panel of experts at London HEVAR. 
 16 Sep 2008

Refrigeration's role in the world's biggest experiment

A CRYOGENIC refrigeration system capable of generating temperatures as low as -271 degrees Celsius is part of the world's biggest science experiment- the Large Hadron Collider. 
 15 Sep 2008

Oceanair Distribution sold to investment group

AC distributor Oceanair Distribution,which handles Sanyo, LG and Fujitsu equipment, has been bought by investment group Cripps Trust Corporation. 
 12 Sep 2008

Klima-Therm and Cool-Therm in R22 chiller export business

Klima-Therm and Cool-Therm have teamed up to start reconditioning and exporting R22 chillers to developing countries, including China and India. 
 9 Sep 2008

HRP donates ac systems to acr college

THE HRP GROUP has presented the Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education with two air conditioning systems to help train the UK's future acr engineers. 
 9 Sep 2008

ACR talks get experts talking at London HEVAR 08

FOR the first time, London HEVAR 2008 (September 24-25), is hosting an acr seminar programme incorporating F-gas and other key legislation issues affecting the air conditioning and refrigeration market. 
 5 Sep 2008

China's Haier re-enters UK ac market

CHINESE appliance manufacturing giant Haier is to re-enter the UK air conditioning market with a direct presence from February 2009. 
 4 Sep 2008

Industry pumped up about Chillventa's heatpump village

BIG brands are signing up to join Chillventa's "Industrial Heat Pump Village". 
 3 Sep 2008

Scientists see the light...and make ice from it

RESEARCHERS from San Jose university have created an ice maker that needs no electricity to run but relies only on the sun's rays to make ice. 
 2 Sep 2008

Airedale ex-apprentice gets gold for 1st class study

A FORMER trainee apprentice, who joined Airedale with only GCSEs under his belt, has gained a 1st Class Honours degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering through part-time study. 
 2 Sep 2008

Hoshizaki to buy refrigeration firm Gram Commercial

JAPANESE firm Hoshizaki Electric has, through its subsidiary Hoshizaki Europe Holdings B.V., agreed to buy the Danish refrigeration manufacturer Gram Commercial A/S. 
 1 Sep 2008

Dean & Wood distributes Parasense leak detectors

REFRIGERATION parts wholesaler Dean & Wood has agreed to exclusively distribute Parasense's refrigerant leak detection system. 
 28 Aug 2008

Sahara kept cool by Hubbard Ice

AN ARCTIC seal name Sahara, due to his tendancy to drift off to warmer climes, has been made to feel the UK is a cool place to live by ice machine distributor Hubbard Ice. 
 27 Aug 2008

IQ Refrigeration appoints Ben Brown

IQ REFRIGERATION, the recently launched specialist design and project management company, has appointed well-known industry figure Ben Brown to the senior management team 
 27 Aug 2008

Searle bought by GEA

THE International Cooling Group (ICG), which includes Searle, Dawmec and Raffel, has been acquired by GEA. 
 22 Aug 2008

Langford bonds with AHT

SALES professional Paul Langford has joined AHT Cooling Systems UK, the Austrian commercial refrigeration equipment manufacturer which bought Caravell UK in July. 
 21 Aug 2008

Roadshow seeks acr technology to beat hospital bugs

AIR conditioning and ventilation businesses which have technologies that could help prevent the spread of MRSA or other hospital bugs are being invited to attend an NHS roadshow. 
 20 Aug 2008

ACR News Awards

EARLY responses to the launch of the ACR News Awards 2009 suggest that next year's event will be the best ever. 
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