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Why Insulation Is Key To Refrigerated Trailer Rental
18-Sep-2014

We suspect insulation is not something you spend a lot of time thinking about unless you work in an industry directly related to it. However, here at Icecool Trailers, we think about it all the time. We have to. Insulation is a critical part of refrigerated trailer rental, and one that cannot be ignored. Insulation is the key to maintaining the right internal temperature while keeping warm air and moisture out. Without proper insulation, it would be impossible for us to provide our customers with refrigerated trailers and freezers. We are happy to say that modern design techniques and insulation products make today's portable refrigeration equipment more energy efficient than ever.

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Needle-Free Vaccinations Could Reduce Chiller Hire
16-Sep-2014

Did you know that your local hospital most likely has a walk-in cooler in which vaccinations are stored? Indeed, a number of very common vaccines require cold storage due to their relative instability. Without it, we would not be able to produce vaccines on a large enough scale to make it cost-effective. Thankfully, manufacturers are not resting on their laurels. They are working on needle-free vaccinations that would not necessarily need refrigeration. That could change the way the medical community views chiller hire.

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Temporary Refrigeration for School Meals
14-Sep-2014

The start of a new school year has brought with it an expanded school meal programmes that Government officials hope will help combat the problem of childhood obesity. To that end, they have committed some £1 billion toward the cost of providing free meals to children, with no means testing required, for the next two years. It sounds as if the Government could use some temporary refrigeration to help manage the new programme.

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New School Meal Programme needs Refrigeration
11-Sep-2014

The start of a new school year has brought with it an expanded school meal programmes that Government officials hope will help combat the problem of childhood obesity. To that end, they have committed some £1 billion toward the cost of providing free meals to children, with no means testing required, for the next two years. It sounds as if the Government could use some temporary refrigeration to help manage the new programme.

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