As specialists in portable refrigeration, we are fascinated by every aspect of cold storage. It wouldn't matter whether you were talking about a walk-in freezer or the finer points of mounting a compressor on the back of a refrigerated trailer. We find it all quite captivating. In light of that, we are pleased to see that CNET has published a very good explanation of how refrigeration works on their website. If you are curious about the science of refrigeration, the article is definitely a good read.
Scientists in Melbourne, Australia have come up with a new way to vaccinate patients that could someday bring an end to injections, while at the same time reducing the need for medical refrigeration. The scientists, from Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and Monash University, have developed a brand-new nebuliser that makes it possible for patients to self-vaccinate through inhalation.
You may have heard of Tony Phoenix-Morrison, the award-winning fundraiser who has been walking and running around the UK with a Smedge refrigerator strapped to his back. The refrigerator has clocked more than 1,000 miles on the back of its host and has become famous throughout the UK thanks to numerous television appearances and news write-ups. And now it's for sale.
Scotland Food & Drink recently published an article from an experienced attorney who used the opportunity to remind business owners in the food and drink industry of their legal responsibilities in a number of areas. One of the areas addressed was that of refrigeration. Davidson Chalmers' partner Laura Tainish specifically mentioned regulators focusing on refrigeration due to the possibility of faulty equipment releasing ozone-depleting gases. Potential problems are equally applicable to all equipment, from the walk-in freezer to the refrigerated trailer.