Refrigeration

Thermal Care are Commercial Refrigeration specialists. Our competency ensures you get all the refrigeration help and advice you need.

Refrigeration systems are used in 24/7 environments so it is essential they are both reliable and energy efficient.

We design, install and service small-to-medium-sized cool and freezer rooms in different businesses such as: food services (café, restaurant, school, hotel), retail, agriculture (dairy, fruit and veg, wine), food processing and cold-chain businesses.

We can help our clients save money and energy, increase efficiency and reduce environmental emissions.

Why choose Thermal Care for your Commercial Refrigeration project?
Proactive not Reactive Maintenance

Regular preventative maintenance can save the money in the short, medium and long term. We use a comprehensive service checklist and ensure that maintenance for energy efficiency is standard operating practice.

Accurate information and professional advice

We communicate with you to understand the drivers behind your decision making. We will explain the link between our work and reduced future electricity bills and work out how much energy will be saved by a particular intervention.

Incentives

We offer a free initial assessment to new and potential clients and use government incentives for energy-efficiency upgrades.

Skills

The ability to apply quality engineering and new low-emission cool room/freezer room refrigeration solutions are important skills. Thermal Care can provide these skills.

Minimal Customer Impact

We work with you to develop strategies and work processes that allow interventions on “live” systems to enable your business to keep operating.

Monitor the system

We log refrigerant, water and electricity use and analyse this information over time for peaks and anomalies in usage and then use this data to inform energy-efficiency interventions.

Investing in Efficiency

We recommend of any potential upgrades to assist you with the financial, safety and energy-efficiency risks associated with leakage of refrigerant from the system.

Best Practice – Do it right the first time