A-Gas embraces training initiative with Cool Concerns

A-Gas, Cool Concerns, refrigerants

A-Gas has a ‘solutions provider’ market approach for supplying its specialist gases — which include a wide range of refrigerants, nitrogen and oxy-acetylene. In line with this approach, A-Gas has teamed up with Cool Concerns to offer high-quality refrigeration and air-conditioning training and advice. This collaboration coincides with an increased uptake of refrigerants with low global-warming potential, such as hydrocarbons and R744.

Cool Concerns has been in business since 1991 and is owned and run by Jane Gartshore and Stephen Benton. Both are refrigeration engineers and provide consultancy and training to a wide range of the commercial RAC industry.

Picture shows, from left, Stephen Benton and Jane Gartshore of Cool Concerns with Hayley Russell and Graeme Dewerson of A-Gas.

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