Road Transport, Marine Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Leading Refrigeration Transport Repair / Installation Engineering 24/365
At Lifting and Cooling Ltd in Durham, we have extensive experience in the business. We offer refrigerated transport repair, refrigerated container repairs and Webasto heater repair at competitive prices.
LCL has dealerships and working arrangements with some of the World’s leading equipment manufacturers
Working to strict international guidelines and regulations, our engineers carry out routine servicing and repairs of refrigeration and air conditioning systems for trailers, trucks, light vans, cars, earth moving equipment, cranes and agricultural machinery.
comprehensive servicing packages for temperature controlled road transport vehicles which can be tailored to the specific needs of the customer.
Our services also extend to calibrations, using our UKAS calibrated temperature monitoring equipment.
Refrigerated Containers and Modular Cold Rooms
Since the 1960’s our engineering staff have been repairing refrigerated containers, having started in the industry by converting cargo ships into refrigerated container carriers.
Today our engineers provide a rapid response refrigeration repair service to clients working through the six ports in the North East, as well as for clients operating domestic refrigerated containers and modular cold stores.
Transportable Tank, Vehicle Heating and Cooling Systems
LCL offers an engineering service to ensure efficient cargo temperature controls and vehicle environments are effectively maintained and controlled.
Webasto heaters provide an efficient workingenvironment, even
at extreme outdoor temperatures and in bad weather conditions. In addition, the efficient water heaters eliminate cold starts. The compact air heaters for the interior are also an effective and low-cost solution.
Webasto provides a wide range of air-conditioning solutions that are based on diverse technologies. Special systems charge the cold accumulators while the vehicle is moving and these cold temperatures are emitted when the vehicle is parked.