Going back to basics in chilling and freezing

Mike Dillon, vice-principal of research and expertise at Grimsby Institute, left and Jon Trembley, technology manager for cryogenic applications at Air Products, right

Air Products, a global supplier of food freezing and chilling systems, has joined forces with the Grimsby Institute and university students from southern China on an international research project to investigate practices for freezing, chilling and cryogenic freezing.

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