Justin Stinson, application engineer at Transtherm Cooling Industries.
Joining the business with an MSc in Product Design and Innovation from Aston University, new recruit Justin Stinson will be responsible for making the specification of energy efficient adiabatic cooling equipment easier for consultants and contractors across the construction industry.
With a focus on reducing noise emissions, power and water consumption, Mr Stinson will be helping to provide a variety of fit-for-purpose cooling solutions for applications at universities, hospitals and throughout the automotive, food and drink, banking, and aerospace sectors to name a few.
This will ultimately include the extension of Transtherm’s range of CPD presentations, as the company looks to give answers to some of the most common problems faced in the industry and shine a light on emerging technologies.
Managing director Nick Bound said: “Graduate recruits who have come on board in the past have tended to work with a specific set of customers and applications. However, with the needs of the industry growing, we felt a new role was needed to help with a variety of issues, across multiple applications and industries.
“Consultants and contractors have a multitude of responsibilities to deal with from day to day, so Justin joins a team entirely dedicated to making sure that it is as simple as possible to design efficient and effective cooling systems on an ongoing basis.”