KEEPING YOUR COOLANT

With the cost of coolants headed sky high, plugging refrigerant leaks is emerging as a top priority at many chains."No matter if it's a new or an old refrigerant, or if you're converting from one [coolant] to another, the No. 1 thing is to check for leaks," said John Seaberg, vice president of engineering and construction at Shaw's Supermarkets, East Bridgewater, Mass. "And after you do that, No.

With the cost of coolants headed sky high, plugging refrigerant leaks is emerging as a top priority at many chains.

"No matter if it's a new or an old refrigerant, or if you're converting from one [coolant] to another, the No. 1 thing is to check for leaks," said John Seaberg, vice president of engineering and construction at Shaw's Supermarkets, East Bridgewater, Mass. "And after you do that, No. 2 is to check for leaks."

Steve Jenkins, director of engineering and store devel

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