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J & E Hall Limited

191 Hawley Road
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01322 223456
Fax : 01322 291458
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Most recent articles relating to J & E Hall Limited;

Keeping it cool and green

Eleven commercial condensing units are a vital component for Delifresh, specialist fresh food supplier. FULL STORY...

Cutting cooling costs for breweries

Refrigeration is a critical requirement in all breweries to ensure that specific temperatures required in the brewing process are always maintained.  J & E Hall has designed, installed and maintains a wide variety of refrigeration solutions which are tailored specifically to the needs of the brewing industry. FULL STORY...

A quiet condensing unit solution for walk-in freezer

A key component of a new cooling system for Gelato.Cool, a UK-based Italian ice cream manufacturing business. was a Fusion commercial condensing unit from J & E Hall. The JEH2-0400-L-3 unit was required for a new walk-in freezer which stores gelato ice cream. FULL STORY...

J & E Hall digital condensing units installed at farm shop

Three J & E Hall Series 5 Digital Twin Scroll Commercial Condensing Units have been installed in an extension to the farm shop at the Woodlands Nursery and Garden Centre in Leicestershire.FULL STORY...


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