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  • Cold Storage
  • Breweries
  • Commercial Unitary Equipment
  • Ice Arenas

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IIAR Conference and Exhibition

TechCold International will be attending the IIAR (International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration) Conference and Exhibition in Nashville, Tennessee from March 23 – 26, 2014. We invite you to visit our booth #225, to discuss our TCI Industrial Refrigeration Control Systems.

Automated controls for ice rinks cool down costs

(By Design Engineering staff, Canadian
Moncton, N.B., ice centre leverages upgraded refrigeration system and Kepware plug-and-play communications software to keep temperatures just right

The Tim Hortons 4 Ice Centre in Moncton, N.B., is the city’s first multi-pad arena with four separate ice surfaces. Constructed in 2002, the facility was designed to incorporate a year-round arena facility as the focal point for community ice sports within the city. Housing four NHL-size rinks running 12 months a year, the centre encores substantial energy costs to maintain the desired ice conditions. A centralized ammonia refrigeration plant automated by a PLC-based control system was at the heart of the facility’s ice-making efforts...

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PC–Based Controls Help Freeze Escalating Energy Costs

(By Dan Hebert, Senior Technical Editor - Control
Freezing Energy Costs. The World’s Largest Producer of Frozen French Fries Uses PC-Based Controls to Freeze Escalating Energy Costs

In many hybrid industries such as food processing, PLCs have ruled the roost for years. However, there are some hybrid applications where PLCs don’t provide enough processing power, data handling and communications. In those instances, PC-based control can be the best alternative...

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