Tottenham Stadium


A projection image of Tottenham Hotspurs new stadium

Torr Engineering are delighted to be Blue Cooling’s chosen sub contractor to deliver the extensive refrigeration project for Tottenham Hotspurs Football Club’s new stadium. The iconic new stadium will boast the largest capacity of any club football stadium in London, seating 61,559 fans. Football is not all that will be hosted here. There is a 10-year agreement to play at least … Read More

Lokring Approved Installers.


Torr Engineering are now Lokring approved installers.

Torr Engineering are now Lokring approved installers. LOKRING is a mechanical pipe jointing system that does not require brazing in the conventional way. This means that hot work with all its inherent risks is not required, allowing for safer installations, especially in high risk zones such as petrochemical sites and other areas with highly flammable materials. Other benefits include not … Read More

Torr Score Highly at ConCom

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ConCom Logo

Torr Engineering are proud to have achieved an outstanding 85% score in their latest ConCom audit. The Humber Bank Contractor Competency Forum was formed in 1999 by a group of collaborating clients and supporting contractors to establish and develop high standards of competency for companies and their employees working on the Humber Bank process industry sites. Concom audits contractors who are … Read More

F-Gas Regulations – ACT NOW!

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Think bubble with the words: "thought about F-GAS?"

The Kyoto Protocol has identified the necessity to reduce emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-Gas). There are now obligations for organisations that use F-Gas (for example in air conditioning systems) that include recovery of refrigerants, record keeping, new plant labelling and testing to check for leaks. OVERVIEW OF F-GAS OBLIGATIONS Only properly certified engineers can recover refrigerants, additionally refrigerant leakage … Read More

R404A Banned from 2020

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Orange bottle of R404A Refrigerant

From 2020 HFCs with global warming potentials of more than 2,500 will be banned in all refrigeration systems. This will mainly affect the use of HFC R404A in commercial and industrial refrigeration systems. The only exception will be for use in systems that cool products to below -50 degrees Celsius (°C) Source: GOV.UK