The Institute of Refrigeration are campaigning to raise the profile of air conditioning and heats pumps and the contribution they make globally during the first annual World Refrigeration Day on 26th June 2019.
From the initial refrigeration conception by American inventor and statesman Benjamin Franklin, who in 1758 conducted experiments with evaporation and alcohol to attain freezing temperatures.
To the first modern air conditioner at the turn of the century in 1902 by Willis Haviland Carrier. Carrier’s concept of sending air through coils filled with water, cooling the air while at the same time removing moisture to control humidity was revolutionary and so began the mechanical air-cooling systems we see today .
BSE FM are proud to be taking the lead in the use of innovative products to meet the latest legislation and regulations. Our aim:
‘To use state-of-the-art cutting edge engineered technology, with an emphasis on energy efficiency to reduce carbon footprints.’
The innovative air conditioning systems available today offer both cooling and heating options simultaneously, delivering optimum comfort for individuals and businesses requirements in the most efficient way possible whilst reducing overall energy consumption.
‘Refrigeration technologies are essential and yet go widely unrecognised’ – Institute of Refrigeration about World Refrigeration day.
Refrigeration spans many aspects of life, controlling thermal applications for:
- Comfort – heating/cooling
- Critical processes – cooling data centres
- Leisure – ice rinks, gyms, swimming pools
- Specific activities – operating theatres
Global population is increasing, the demand for more facilities is increasing. According to a report by the International Energy Agency, worldwide demand is expected to triple over the next 30 years.
The BSE FM team are fully qualified to install and maintain, future and existing refrigeration systems.
We are already advising clients using our comprehensive knowledge and expertise. If you would like assistance or have any questions relating to refrigeration requirements please contact the office or firstname.lastname@example.org