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  • $119k fine for exposing workers to ammonia hazard

    USA: A poultry processing plant  in Laurel, Mississippi, faces $119,341 in penalties for allegedly exposing employees to hazardous chemicals. The US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Wayne Farms LLC after a leak of 2,100lb (952.5kg) of ammonia on January 27 sent 12 employees to […]

  • Tecumseh and Lu-Ve in “product partnership”

    USA: In a surprise announcement, commercial refrigeration manufacturer Tecumseh says it is to launch a new range of unit coolers in a “product partnership” with Italian manufacturer Lu-Ve.  The Tecumseh unit coolers, which have been designed by Lu-Ve, are said to pair with Tecumseh’s Argus condensing units, including newly […]

  • Newly completed HVAC, plumbing, fire protection renovation at Robert A. Young Federal Building

    The Integrated Facility Services design-build team performed all work while the 20-story, million-square-foot historic structure was 100 percent occupied. […]

  • Swegon buys Norwegian distributor Klimax

    SWEDEN: Swegon has acquired Klimax AS, a leading Norwegian air conditioning distributor. Founded in 2001, Klimax has six branches in Hamar, Oslo, Haugesund, Moss, Stavanger and Bergen. It supplies a range of top brand products including Climaveneta, LG, Searle and Denco Happel. Sales in 2018 were NOK66m (€6.6m). “Our full range of HVAC […]

  • Sensor can distinguish human behaviour

    JAPAN: Mitsubishi Electric has developed a thermal sensor which can distinguish between humans and other heat sources and identify specific human behaviour. The Mitsubishi Electric Diode InfraRed sensor (MelDIR) is designed for applications in security, heating, ventilation and air conditioning and smart buildings.  To be launched on November […]

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