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Eurammon founding member Lindborg passes away

HVACR community mourns his loss

| | Jan 15, 2013 | 1:35 pm
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HVACR community mourns his loss

Anders Lindborg, founding member of Eurammon and an internationally acclaimed expert in the field of natural refrigerants, passed away on September 25, 2012, at the age of 75, in Viken, Sweden. Sharing this information with the HVACR fraternity in a communiqué dated November 22, 2012, Dr Karin Jahn, Managing Director of Eurammon, lauded the major contribution Lindborg made in facilitating the use of ammonia as a natural refrigerant and in spreading its applications. She added that, for 16 years, Lindborg held seminars for the Swedish Association of Refrigeration, speaking on the safe use of ammonia.

Lindborg also supported national and international groups and associations, including the International Institute of Refrigeration. He published numerous articles in trade journals and gave lectures all over the world, the communiqué said, and highlighted that in 1995, Lindborg was conferred the AJA Ottesen commemorative medal in gold, one of the most prestigious awards in the field of refrigeration.

Lidborg started his career in 1962 as a graduate engineer at STAL Refrigeration AB, moving 10 years later to join Frigoscandia, the Swedish refrigeration logistics company.

Working for AGA from 1978, he expanded his field of activities to refrigeration systems for air gas production. In 1995, he was said to have founded the company, Ammonia Partnership AB, with a focus on refrigeration consulting and training.

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