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Climalife develops and launches its own range of refrigeration lubricants

Climalife are respected for their expertise in the world of refrigerants, gained since 1874.  Over the years Climalife have also acquired specialist knowledge in the lubricants field, and this knowledge has allowed them to develop and launch their own range of high quality lubricants for refrigeration compressors.

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Climalife launches refrigerant seminar events for 2013...

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a series of free and informative half-day refrigerant seminars, which will take place at various locations across the country during February and March 2013.

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CO2 now available from stock...

We are pleased to advise that we can now offer our customers refrigerant grade CO2 (R744) from stock.

Favoured for its low GWP, CO2 is suitable for new equipment designed to match its properties, and at present is mainly used in supermarket applications.

We took the decision to add CO2 to our portfolio to address the growing demand for alternative refrigerants, and have to date been successfully supplying it to our customers for several months.

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Double celebration in order for Climalife colleagues

Staff from our Bristol office, as well as colleagues from Brussels, joined together to celebrate the acheivements of Climalife's Mel Bridges and Peter Dinnage.

Colleagues were bidding a fond farewell to Mel, who is retiring after completing an impressive 33 years of service within the refrigeration and air conditioning industry.  Mel joined IDS Refrigeration Ltd in 2003 and managed the company for 7 years before handing over to current MD Allan Harper in 2011.  We are sure that all those who know Mel will join us in wishing him the very best for his retirement.

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Are you prepared for winter?

With forecasters predicting wintry weather conditions on their way before the end of the month, are your customers' water/glycol systems adequately protected from freezing temperatures?

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