Dearman, a clean and cold technology company, has appointed two new senior engineers in order to support upcoming commercial field trials of its revolutionary refrigeration system.
The position of Head of Operations has been appointed to Simon Mansfield, after he successfully oversaw power generation projects with UNATRAC throughout the Middle East and Africa.
Mansfield (left) said, “I look forward to working on projects that can bring real environmental benefit, and to being part of both the company’s and technology’s development,” of his new role.
And Colin Bennett takes the Chief Engineer of Field Trials spot after joining the UK-based business from Ricardo UK, where he led on a range of large-scale international programmes and worked on low-carbon technology.
Bennett (left) commented, ““First commercial deployment is always an important time, and all the more so when the product is first-of-a-kind, like Dearman’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system.”
Michael Ayres, Deputy Chief Executive of Dearman, discussed the new additions, “Both Colin and Simon bring valuable experience of complex commercial engineering projects to the company, and have taken on crucial roles in the organisation. As respected leaders, they are welcome additions to our highly talented engineering team, and to the company as a whole.”
The Dearman refrigeration system is powered by a zero-emission engine using liquid nitrogen (N2). The refrigeration system is designed to replace diesel-powered transport refrigeration units (TRUs) and is currently undergoing field trials throughout the UK.