As the industry continues to introduce more equipment using CO2 as a refrigerant, the need for training to work with that gas is growing. In a recent announcement, Scotland-based Star Refrigeration is offering training in that regard through its Star Learning Solutions program.
For a long time now, consumers not only look at quality and price when making purchases. In the results of a study conducted throughout Germany by IBH Retail Consultants published in December 2010, 60% of those interviewed indicated that their purchase decisions have also recently started to take account of the extent to which companies implement the meanwhile increasing demands in society at large for a sustainable approach to everyday business practice.
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Owning a commercial business is a big responsibility. When you run or operate a commercial kitchen you do not have the luxury of time on your side in the event of problems with your commercial refrigeration equipment.
During ATMOsphere Europe 2013 presentations by representatives of shecco, several leading system manufacturers and suppliers, as well as European end users, showed an ever-strengthening increase in the market for natural refrigerants in commercial refrigeration sector. This is particularly true for CO2 refrigeration, whose use has more than doubled in two years, and which has become a cornerstone of many European system suppliers and manufacturers.
As a locally owned and operated family business, the team at John’s Refrigeration is always looking for ways to give back to the community and attract talented employees. Our own Andrew John recently appeared on 90.7/92.7 Pulse Radio to talk about his involvement with East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) as a member of the HVAC Advisory Committee. John’s Refrigeration is celebrating 44 years in business. We like to say we’re born in the desert and are built to last. According to Andrew…
One of the essential components that makes an air conditioner work is refrigerant, a chemical blend that courses through the cooling system and changes from gas to liquid and back again. As the refrigerant absorbs and releases heat, it moves heat from the inside of a home and deposits it outside. This is called heat exchange, and it’s the secret to how electro-mechanical air conditioning works.