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Legionnaires death in OZ linked to cooling towers

A MAN died and two others were hospitalised, after they contracted legionnaires' disease from two contaminated cooling towers in Australia.
The 66 year-old man died in hospital, a day after the Health Department was notified he had the disease.

Two other men, aged 33 and 40, contracted the disease and were admitted to hospital on May 24 and 25. They have since been discharged.

World Refrigeration Day

Industry has embraced the inaugural World Refrigeration Day (WRD) with events happening all over the world....

  25-Jun-2019

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 ...

  19-Feb-2020

New Zanotti GM Wall Mounted Monoblock

AFR Refrigeration Ltd introduces the new GM range of through wall mounted monoblocks with refreshed modern appearance and upgraded touch style control panel keypad.
  21-Feb-2020
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