The system overall, “is a cost-effective solution for intermediate-size plants that are too small for full-scale ammonia, and too large for Freon,” Hajjar argues.
ATMOsphere Australia is one of the global interactive conferences bringing together decision-makers from industry and government to change the future of heating and cooling technologies, naturally.
Interactive workshops bringing together decision makers from industry and government to change the future of natural refrigerants.
TTRA Engineer Mack Hajjar will be presenting on ‘The Panel’.
TTRA recently attended the TOTAL FACILITIES EXPO held at the ICC at Darling Harbour, Sydney.
Office of Environment and Heritage have published an Industrial Refrigeration Guide
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In partnership with Superior Training Centre (STC), a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) TTRA are offering electro technology trade courses in refrigeration and electrical trades. We can provide your business with the contracted services of our senior engineers and training staff to undertake nationally recognised ammonia and CO2 courses.
In a sign that an increasing number of industrial end users are recognising the benefits of moving to natural refrigerants, Australia-based freshly prepared chilled and frozen meal manufacturer Jewel Fine Foods opted to install an ammonia-based refrigeration system at its new factory in Sydney.
The new factory is located in Banksmeadow, a suburb of Sydney. The system was commissioned in early 2017.
For the new factory, Jewel Fine Foods chose to use an ammonia-based system for the factory's refrigeration and process cooling needs.
TTRA were once again delighted to be the Major Sponsor of the very prestigious Carnival of Cups Meeting on 20th May 2018 hosted by the Cowra Harness Racing Club.
Representatives of TTRA presented the Tri Tech Refrigeration Cowra Cup on Sunday afternoon to trainer Steve Turnbull who drove the four year old gelding Conviction to a win.
The day was a great success for the organisers, trainers, drivers and punters.
Over three days TTRA showcased their expertise as one of the leading industrial and commercial refrigeration specialists.
TTRA partnered with Superior Training Centre to offer refrigerant training and awareness programs.
Another highlight for TTRA was the participation of our 3rd Year Apprentice Nick Adamcewicz at the WorldSkills Australia National Championship 2018 held at the conference this year in Sydney.
We wish Nick all the best for the Championships.
The future of the built environment is one of many themes at the show.
TTRA are pleased to announce our third Year Apprentice Nick Adamcewicz has qualified for WorldSkills Australia National Championships 2018.
Australia’s best young Refrigeration Technicians prepare for Gold
WorldSkills Australia is pleased to announce that ARBS will proudly collocate the Refrigeration
Championship as an independent skill category from Australia’s most prestigious skills and trade event, the WorldSkills Australia National Championships 2018.
2018 marks the 8th year that ARBS have hosted the Refrigeration Championship. Young refrigeration technicians will travel from all corners of Australia to participate in three days of intensive competition vying for gold, silver and bronze medals and the chance to represent their country at the 45th WorldSkills Competition in Kazan, Russia in August 2019.
Partnering with Heatcraft Australia and New Zealand, competitors will have just 18 hours to demonstrate that they have the best skills and knowledge of refrigeration and air conditioning in the country.
The AIRAH Refrigeration 2018 Conference will build on the success of the Refrigeration 2017 Conference held in Melbourne. Over 140 delegates attended the 2017 conference, and AIRAH is looking at expanding on the topics and discussion that were held in Melbourne.
The conference will include sessions reviewing the latest developments regarding legislation, technologies, and a multitude of industry-specific case studies. The conference trade display will give participants the opportunity during the breaks and cocktail functions to interact with leading industry suppliers on the latest refrigeration technology offerings.
When: 26/03/2018 - 27/03/2018
Where: Endeavour Grand Ballroom
Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach
Cnr The Grand Parade and Princess Street
Brighton-Le-Sands, SYDNEY, NSW 2216 Australia