Leak Detection Training Grimsby
TQ Environmental has always been very keen to get involved and support the education and development of the refrigeration and air conditioning engineers of the future. We have established close contacts and provided leak detection equipment to several training facilities up and down the country. And so it was with great pleasure that we got involved with one of the best training providers in the Country at Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education.
We wanted to provide them with a comprehensive package of leak detection systems to enable the students the ability to work with and fully understand the capabilities of a wide range of solutions for different applications, from VRF air conditioning to ammonia and CO2 plants.
Mark Denford, senior training consultant, said, “many thanks to TQ Environmental for the donation of the systems. It really does help the next generation of engineers see them in action and builds confidence for when on-site”. Here at Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning department, we strive to expose our apprentices to as much equipment as possible for them to gain knowledge and build confidence in its operation, as well as best practices.
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Refrigerant leak detection is one of these. With F-gas legislation and GWP,s we feel fixed leak detection is important in not only minimising the global warming impact due to the release of refrigerants but also costs in refrigerant replacement for the end user. It is with the support from companies in the industry that we are able to achieve this, and a huge thank you to the TQ Environmental team for not only the donation of their Refrigerant fixed leak detection unit & Ammonia leak detection unit but also for taking the time in installing it for us.
Our team of engineers was happy to oblige and complete the installation of the equipment donated and provide a full brief on all the different systems and the applications that they are best suited to.
Training is now being conducted on all the leak detection systems. Now they have been installed and commissioned, and the Ammonia plant is fully covered, including a traffic light warning system at the entrance to the plant room, ensuring the full safety of the staff and students.Enquire Here