Actrol and Reece Group Supporting GOTAFE With Generous Donation
Australia's leading refrigeration, air-conditioning and allied industries wholesaler donated equipment and training valued over $8,000.
Australia's leading refrigeration, air-conditioning and allied industries wholesaler Actrol, alongside Reece group and Reece Wangaratta, have generously donated equipment valued at around $8,000 to GOTAFE this week.
Two Rothenberger >B< MaxiPro press jaw system and a complete set of head attachments have been provided for the apprentices to utilise during their training at GOTAFE. The ›B‹ MaxiPro system is an innovative press system specifically designed to be utilised in the refrigeration industry. Refrigeration systems and heat pumps can be installed quickly, safely and inexpensively rather than connecting the copper pipes by brazing. Without workplace precautions such as using an open flame. In addition, the 3-point compression of the fitting ensures a secure and permanently tight connection to the pipe.
James Dix, Business Development Manager and Adrian Ryan Field, Marketing Coordinator provided demonstrations to the class where apprentices received the opportunity to apply their learnings and experience using the Rothenberger >B< MaxiPro press jaw system.
As part of the donation, Actrol has also committed to providing training to 37 apprentices in the use of the tool where an accreditation certificate is received to recognise apprentices responsible handling of the Rothenberger >B< MaxiPro press jaw. More training will be carried out to apprentices over the coming 12 months.