Bespoke Refrigeration Packages

J & E Hall can design, manufacture and install bespoke refrigeration packages in response to the most challenging cooling and air conditioning requirements. We provide a convenient single source solution, taking care of everything from initial consultation to commissioning and on-going maintenance.

Tailor made energy efficient solutions can be delivered for a diverse range of marine, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, brewing, beverage and food processing industry applications including:

• Ammonia, HFC, HFO, CO2 and hydrocarbon refrigerants
• Upstream and downstream process refrigeration
• Cascade systems to -90°C
• Onshore, offshore and hazardous areas
• Compound systems for freeze driers
• Marine chillers for high stock loads

Special Chiller Packages

For each assignment, we take time to clearly understand our customer requirements before drawing...

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Upstream and Downstream Packages

J & E Hall specialise in tailor made upstream and downstream refrigeration packages...

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RAC Cooling Awards achievement

Adam Walker, one of J & E Hall’s first year apprentices has taken the...

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R404A refrigerant phase out ban comes into force 1st Jan...

J & E Hall offer comprehensive support to assist customers in the food...

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WES annonces UK's Top 50 Women in Engineering 2019

In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day 2019, the...

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Peterborough

Key role for J & E Hall units at supermarket

J & E Hall commercial condensing units are providing the cooling for a new...

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Whitehaven2

J & E Hall units impress in fishing industry project

J & E Hall commercial condensing units featured in a major project to...

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New Fusion 0115 Low Temperature Condensing Units

J & E Hall has launched new low temperature units to add to the existing...

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