Dearman open new UK emissions research facility

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Dearman has officially opened its Clean Cold and Power Technology Centre in Croydon, UK. The new facility is home to Dearman’s extensive research and development activities, which are focused on the delivery of a range of zero emission cold and power technologies.

Facilities there comprise state-of-the-art engine test facilities; engine build and component machining facilities: and space for Dearman’s growing number of engineers, designers and analysts. The facility also features all of the cryogenic infrastructure needed to run a series of liquid air cold and power systems.

More than 40 people are based at the site, a number which will grow in the years to come as Dearman plans to extend its activities, expand its range of applications and begin after-sales and support services.

For a full feature on the Dearman facility click here.

September 24, 2015

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