"Retail Refrigeration" - For Review

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"Technological options for retail refrigeration" – For Review

 

Take part in the review of the book "Technological options for retail refrigeration"!

 

 

In a few months, the IIR will publish the book "Technological options for retail refrigeration", written by several experts from London South Bank University in the United Kingdom.


This book presents a review of display refrigeration technologies for food and then sets out the conditions and rules for the application of these technologies in supermarkets and stores. It focuses on solutions to reduce energy consumption (indirect emissions) and refrigerant leaks (direct emissions). A model for determining the impact of the latest technologies on direct and indirect emissions is also presented in this book, which is rich in illustrations and application examples.


This book has already been reviewed once but before publishing it in the form of an e-book, we would like to benefit from the comments of IIR members on the current version of this book in English. Thus, the text of this book may be modified or enhanced according to the suggestions and comments that we receive.

 

 

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We therefore invite you, as an IIR member, to send us your suggestions on the following shared document:

 

Technological options for retail refrigeration – reviewing.


The text can be annotated freely. Your suggestions will appear in "change tracking" and we can validate them later.
If you have a Google account and are signed in, your comments will be identified. If not, please do not hesitate to write your name in the box which will appear on the right with each modification.

 

Deadline: 20 April 2018 4 May 2018

 

 

To thank you for your contributions, you will be able to download the final version of this eBook when it is published at a 50% discount!


The draft document is also available in read-only PDF format.

Thank you in advance for your participation!

 

 

 

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