ACR Journal

CONTENTS 03 VOLUME8 No2 FEBRUARY/MARCH2022 ISSN 2058-4407 Essential Information for theAirConditioningandRefrigeration Industry SAVE THE DATE JUNE 9TH 2022 QueensHotel Leeds 2022 NACRHPA 2022 LOGO.indd 2 16/11/2021 14:06 ACRCoverFeb_March.indd 1 18/01/2022 14:44 Editor Andrew Slater Multimedia Sales Executive Robyn Teague 01778 395029 Editorial Design Amanda Clare Advertising Design Natalie Reynolds Production Sue Ward 01778 392405 Publisher Juliet Loiselle CompCIPHE/MInstR 01778 391067 Published by: Warners Group Publications Plc The Maltings, West Street, Bourne, Lincs, PE10 9PH 01778 391000 01778 394748 © Copyright 2020 PRINTED BY WARNERS 01778 395111 It’s a great pleasure to see last year’s National Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heat Pump Awards finalists showcasing the winners and highly commended badges they so richly deserve. However, as one event is consigned to memory, the next is rapidly approaching. Covid restrictions forced us to change our usual awards night from January to October, so as we move back towards normality, the 2022 NACRHP awards will take place on June 9 at The Queens Hotel, Leeds. The entry deadline of March 25 is nearly upon us, so please remember to submit your entries. In this issue, Leanne Gill of Finn Geotherm features in our very popular Women in ACR. We also have some fantastic refrigerant features from A-Gas and Climalife, and Matt Wegner explains why recovering waste heat from data centres is at the forefront of London South Bank University’s research. Andy REGULARS 4. News Key industry updates 11. Tools Talk 27. Mitsubishi Electric On the tools is now on the video 32. Changing Faces Who’s new and who’s moved 34. The Innovation Zone The latest products and launches 36. Women in ACR Leanne Gill of Finn Geotherm 38. Chilly Chatter FEATURES 13. Harnessing waste heat from data centres 14. Creating a healthy environment: why indoor air quality is so important 16. Acting on maintenance, installation and training 17. The future of refrigerants 20. How the UK leads the world 22. Using data to drive net zero in hi- tech and life science manufacturing 28. Marine refrigeration requires a forensic, high-quality approach 30. A cool solution CMYK / .ai CMYK / .ai CMYK / .ai 20 28 36

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