“Refrigeration = boring.” That’s what a friend emailed back to me when I told her that I had become the refrigeration editor of The ACHR NEWS. I had to laugh because most people really don’t understand the myriad ways in which refrigeration is important to their lives.
Installing all the refrigeration and freezer cases, walk-in freezers and coolers, food preparation stations, piping, compressors, and controls that a modern grocery store requires was no easy task in a 107-year-old building.
New Rule Expands List to Include More Low-GWP Alternatives
March 23, 2015
The EPA announced it’s increasing the options for refrigerants used in various types of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment in the U.S. to offer alternatives with low global warming potential.
Will Discuss Low Charge Ammonia Refrigeration Technology
March 17, 2015
Azane Inc. announced that Derek Hamilton, business development manager, has been invited to host a workshop on “Low Charge Ammonia Technology” at the 2015 International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration (IIAR) Industrial Refrigeration Conference & Exhibition.
Growth Is Supported by Improving Economic Climate, Rising Employment Rates, Strengthening Consumer Confidence, and More
March 17, 2015
The global market for refrigerated display cases is forecast to reach $11.4 billion by 2020, spurred by the rising importance of visual merchandising as a cost effective way to boost retail sales, according to a new report by Global Industry Analysts Inc.
Sporlan felt it could fill an underserved part of the HVAC marketplace with its new training center in Washington, Missouri. The facility is designed for technical training on today’s modern refrigeration systems by offering both classroom and hands-on activities.