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Refrigeration Appliances

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of Haverhill, Suffolk

A subsidiary of Delta Metal Co

1963 A factory was built in the new town of Haverhill to provide urgently needed space for Refrigeration Appliances Limited[1]

1967 Delta appointed Mr. J. Mierzejewski, Dipl.Ing.(Warsaw), A.M.Inst.R., M.ASHRAE., as Director and General Manager of Refrigeration Appliances Ltd., the heat transfer products manufacturers of Haverhill[2]

1978 Refrigeration Appliances was a member of the Enfield Rolling Mills Division of the Delta Group, specialising in the manufacture of heat exchangers and components for commercial and industrial refrigeration, for food processing and storage[3]

1978 The Paracon packaged air conditioning equipment business was acquired from Hall-Thermotank; the business was moved to the Haverhill factory[4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Electrical Times, vol 143, 1963
  2. Refrigeration World and Air Conditioning, 1967
  3. The Heating and Air Conditioning Journal, vol 48, 1978
  4. The Times, Aug 05, 1978