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People have long struggled with ways to preserve food. In fact, it dates all the way back to ancient times when Romans and Chinese attempted to find ways to keep food fresh. Ice seemed the most practical way to keep foods cold. However, it wasn't exactly the most advantageous with many struggling to keep a steady flow of ice on hand as well as preventing it from melting.
Early inventors tinkered with creating more efficient iceboxes, which eventually pointed the way toward refrigeration since ice shortages were becoming a cruel reality. It was a Scotsman, William Cullen who invented the first refrigeration device in 1755. Ben Franklin got into the act in 1758, working with chemistry professor, John Handley, to find other way to cool objects without relying on ice.
Today, industrial refrigeration has indeed come a long, long way with businesses from the food and beverage industry to cold storage facilities to pharmaceutical companies and ice rinks all needing efficient and effective refrigeration systems and engineering to operate.
RECCO has been in the business of industrial refrigeration since 1969. We offer expert services in refrigeration for food and beverage industries, cold storage and distribution, ice rinks as well as commercial HVAC systems for offices, homes, apartment complexes and other retail establishments. We are the refrigeration engineering experts and are ready to assist you with installing the most effective system for your business, providing repairs as well as service 24/7. RECCO even has an extensive inventory of refrigeration and HVAC parts that will keep current commercial refrigeration systems up and running.
RECCO is also on top of all the latest research in green technology and is equipped to provide immediate HAZMAT response in the event of an ammonia leak.
Contact RECCO today for all of your refrigeration engineering and contracting needs. Contact RECCO during regular business hours by telephoning 800-990-9423. You can also email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Emergencies such as an ammonia leak, loss of service or the need to make an urgent appointment can be reported twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week at 781-396-8780.
Let the refrigeration experts at RECCO handle your commercial or industrial refrigeration and HVAC needs.