All posts by Logan Miller

3 Myths Ice Rink Owners Believe About Outdoor Ice Rink Maintenance

Our industrial chiller maintenance experts have been installing and servicing outdoor ice rinks in Toronto and beyond for decades. Warmer winter temperatures have led many municipalities to put in ice rink refrigeration systems as a way of extending the outdoor skating season for residents. As time goes on we have noticed some common “myths” ice … Continue reading 3 Myths Ice Rink Owners Believe About Outdoor Ice Rink Maintenance

What You Should Know About Refrigerant Recovery

Refrigerant recovery on rooftop.Legislative requirements and the rising cost of refrigerants—both financial and environmental—call for the chilling system industry to perform safe and efficient methods of refrigerant recovery. In this article, we look at the most common refrigerant recovery methods used and why they are necessary. We also provide you with useful tips for servicing … Continue reading What You Should Know About Refrigerant Recovery

Preventative Refrigeration Maintenance for Fan Coil Units

As with all components of industrial refrigeration systems, properly caring for and maintaining the fan coil units of your system can heavily impact how your chiller performs overall. Taking the time to schedule, create, conduct and log a thorough fan coil maintenance plan will maximize the life and performance of your system. Download our Refrigeration Maintenance … Continue reading Preventative Refrigeration Maintenance for Fan Coil Units

Glycol Chiller Information

3 FAQs for Glycol Chiller Systems Have you been tasked with doing research on glycol chiller systems for either industrial use or for a brewery, winery or other food industry application? Here are three common questions clients tend to ask when first learning about this type of industrial refrigeration system. 1. What is a Glycol … Continue reading Glycol Chiller Information

Paying Respects to Ammonia Leak Victims

It is with great sadness that we join with others in Fernie, BC and the ammonia refrigeration industry at large to recognize the accidental deaths of three maintenance workers after responding to an ammonia leak emergency. This week hundreds of community members in Fernie, BC gathered to honor the three workers who lost their lives on October 17 … Continue reading Paying Respects to Ammonia Leak Victims

Chilling Equipment Parts Safety: Overpressure Protection

Can Your Chilling Equipment Parts Stand the Pressure? Safety Tips for Keeping Your Refrigeration Pressure Valves, Pipes, and other Chilling Equipment Parts in Safe Operation Safety is a key concern for industrial refrigeration facilities. Regardless the size of your chilling system, the constantly fluctuating hot and cold temperatures flowing through chiller pipes creates intense pressurization. … Continue reading Chilling Equipment Parts Safety: Overpressure Protection

Ammonia Leak Prevention for Chilling Systems

Preventing Ammonia Leaks: 6 Questions Chilling System Operators Need to Answer A recent ammonia refrigeration leak in British Columbia has resulted in the tragic death of three ice rink workers and the evacuation of an entire community. This devastating news is sobering to those of us who work in chilling system industries. We are likely … Continue reading Ammonia Leak Prevention for Chilling Systems