Technicold Facility Expansion

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Technicold by Northern Lights announced its expansion to a larger facility. In late 2009, Technicold will move into an expanded, better-equipped location in the greater Fort Lauderdale, Fla. area. Technicold’s steady growth and current market positioning require more space for manufacturing of air conditioning, refrigeration and electrical load management products. The new facility will house Technicold’s corporate headquarters as well as on-site sales, engineering and manufacturing operations. 

Technicold offers a line of chilled water air conditioning systems, from 24,000 to 180,000 BTU. Technicold also manufactures chilled water air handlers, direct expansion systems, sea water refrigeration systems and automatic load banks, exclusively for the marine market. Custom solutions are easily handled through experienced engineering technicians.

(www.technicold.com)

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