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Delivering service for efficiency

07 December 2015

As part of their programme for delivering eco-friendly, cost effective industrial refrigeration and air conditioning solutions, IRS Ltd are offering energy efficiency reviews as part of their ongoing service and maintenance contracts.

As a business, maintaining cooling equipment to the correct standard is essential to profit margins and legality. IRS tailor servicing and maintenance to help ongoing efficiency as part as a review process to add cost savings and to reduce the environment impact the industry has on green issues.

Dave Needham, Technical Sales Manager at IRS explains “Our bespoke service and maintenance contracts for industrial refrigeration and air conditions systems are flexible to help you find the right level of service and optimise efficiency. Our ongoing review process of efficiency enables cost savings to be made on a continual basis as the demands of the business change.” He adds “We can provide a fully comprehensive service, labour only, or we can work out a fixed price maintenance solution or a service retainer. In addition to this we will give you guaranteed response times if your plant breaks down.” 

IRS Ltd based in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire have extensive knowledge of legislation, including F-Gas regulations, refrigerant Phase out and TM44 inspections of air conditioning, helping businesses stay compliant across the region. Their energy efficiency reviews encompassed in service and maintenance contracts, provide businesses with a long term strategy for compliance and helps reduce their environment impact.

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