Advanced Engineering donates  £33,000 of equipment to college

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Published: 14 June 2017


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Luke Levens of Advanced Engineering presenting the units to Vito Martino at the College of North West London
Advanced Engineering is supporting the next generation of engineers by donating 25 new refrigeration recovery units worth £33,000 to the College of North West London.

Students training at the college for careers as air conditioning and refrigeration engineer had been learning their trade on ageing equipment, which was costing the college around £3,000 a year in service and maintenance costs. The donation – Advanced’s largest to date – includes 15 PROMAX MINIMAX and 10 PROMAX RG6-E refrigerant recovery machines.
Vito Martino, Head of Department for Construction and Building Services at the college, said: "These new machines will allow our students and apprentices to gain experience working with some of the industry’s most important technology and that will pay dividends for them, as well as their future employers. We are delighted to have Advanced Engineering’s support for our refrigeration and air conditioning learners and look forward to our ongoing partnership.”

Advanced has also included a three-year package of support to ensure that, should the need arise, the units will be repaired at no cost to the college.

Luke Levens, Sales Manager at Advanced Engineering, said: “We know how important it is to have the right equipment when you’re in training, so we’re donating these brand-new units to help the students learn in the best way possible, on the most up-to-date equipment.

“Our partners at the college have been doing fantastic work with these young people, so we’re doing our bit as they usher through the next wave of air conditioning and refrigeration experts.”