Articles Tagged with ''industrial refrigeration''
Increase Will Be Effective Jan. 6, 2014
December 2, 2013
Johnson Controls has announced a price increase of 3 percent on Frick® brand industrial refrigeration products.
Certified Refrigeration Energy Specialist Designation Is Being Launched in the Northwest
November 7, 2013
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) and the Refrigerating Engineers & Technicians Association (RETA) have partnered to develop a new energy efficiency certification for industrial refrigeration operators in the Northwest with the possibility of expanding nationally.
New Company Continues Industrial Refrigeration Focus
October 21, 2013
Refrigeration System Co. (RSC) of Columbus, Ohio, which provides services for industrial refrigeration, has announced the completion of its merger with Freije Engineered Solutions Co. of Fishers, Ind.
Refrigeration Manufacturer to Continue Commercial Focus
October 21, 2013
Krack Corp. has announced that it has sold the assets of its industrial business to SGS Refrigeration. SGS will sell the products it has acquired under a new SGS/Krack name in the industrial marketplace.
Plants, Restaurants, Supermarkets Benefit from Latest Developments
October 7, 2013
There is so much talk these days about new refrigeration technologies and new refrigerants that it is sometimes difficult for contractors to sort out what’s theoretical and what’s actually up and running in the field. Here’s a snapshot of some of the latest refrigerants being utilized across various projects.Read More
March 19, 2013
Krack Corp. announced that it has sold the assets of its Krack industrial refrigeration business to SGS Refrigeration Inc. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. Krack retains ownership of its commercial business.Read More
March 4, 2013
Johnson Controls raises prices.Read More
February 22, 2013
Johnson Controls has announced a price increase of 3 percent on Frick brand industrial refrigeration products due to increased material costs. Products covered include compressor packages, vessels, controls, evaporators, evaporative condensers, heat exchangers, and hygienic air handling units.
November 26, 2012
Two recent refrigerant developments focus on CO2 and HFOs. One relates to CO2 in refrigeration; the other is an announcement of an HFO in air conditioning.
October 22, 2012
Even turkeys need comfort in preparation for … well, you know. There is also a need for refrigeration and freezing. And the folks who prep the birds need comfortable working conditions. To make sure conditions are the best for all concerned, an 80,000-square-foot turkey products plant in Jonesboro, Ark., underwent an overhaul.