Category Archives: Industrial Refrigeration

Shutting Down Your Ice Rink Refrigeration System

It’s that time of year again, the time when the weather finally starts to get warmer and it becomes necessary to shut down your ice rink refrigeration system. While there are some maintenance tasks you can do on your ice rink refrigeration system, having it shut down for the season is something you should trust … Continue reading Shutting Down Your Ice Rink Refrigeration System

Optimizing the Compressor Life of Chilling Systems

A compressor is a vital part of an industrial chilling system. It compresses the gas and moves the refrigerant around the chilling system. As long as the compressor is running it will impose a force on the refrigerant to continue circulating around the loop and continue removing heat from one location and rejecting it into another … Continue reading Optimizing the Compressor Life of Chilling Systems

Insulation for Refrigeration Systems

Insulation performs a vital role in limiting heat gains in an industrial refrigeration system, ensuring that the compressor load does not become excessive. It can typically be found on piping between the evaporator, the compressor, accompanying vessels and auxiliary equipment. Insulation is also used to conserve energy, prevent condensation or ice formation and minimize corrosion. … Continue reading Insulation for Refrigeration Systems

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

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

Industrial Refrigerated Systems increases customer support in Niagara Region

Industrial Refrigerated Systems Limited (IRSL),a Berg Group company, announces the opening of a new location in Niagara,increasing sales and service support to local vineyards and craft breweries. “Our customers, both long-standing and recent, depend on reliable, efficient refrigeration systems to meet their targets. We are already providing exceptional service to breweries and wine producers around … Continue reading Industrial Refrigerated Systems increases customer support in Niagara Region

Top STF Safety Tips-Chilling Systems|Industrial Refrigeration

Avoiding Slips, Trips, and Falls where chillers are present. In our ongoing effort to maintain client safety where chilling systems are in use we have created an infographic to print out and post at your refrigeration facility. Both employers and employees have key responsibilities and duties to perform when it comes to ensuring the safety … Continue reading Top STF Safety Tips-Chilling Systems|Industrial Refrigeration