Adam Childs, Director & General Manager - Barkell
Adam Childs is Director & General Manager of Barkell Ltd (part of the Airedale Group). Adam originally joined Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd as Quality Manager in February 2015 and is still instrumental in the delivery of Airedale’s quality manufacturing processes. He made his transition into his role at Barkell in September 2016.
Adam is originally an Apprentice trained Aircraft Mechanic and has completed the qualifications of HNC, NVQ, City & Guilds and BA (Hons) in Business & Management. Adam is an experienced manager and leader who has a strong background and belief in continuous improvement and lean manufacturing.
In his spare time, Adam unwinds by spending time with his children. He is also an avid health enthusiast and gym goer.
In the air conditioning world, the “F-word” that is on everyone’s lips, is F-gas!
Date: 22nd July 2019 | Posted in: Blog
The first in a new series of R&D blogs from Jade Swan-McCay, Laboratory Engineer at Airedale. This month's topic: F-Gas and the work behind the scenes involved when developing products for new refrigerants.
Date: 21st July 2019 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Blog
Growing populations, intensive urbanisation and industrialisation are putting strains on global water resource like never before. In 2015 the World Economic Forum in Davos listed “water crises” for the first time as the world’s leading threat - As an industry we cannot ignore this.
Airedale International proudly introduces new 'Azure R32 Range' of products
Date: 16th July 2019 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Press release
Airedale International has today launched its new “Azure” range of R32-optimised air conditioning products. The R32 range, which has been under extensive development for nearly 2 years at Airedale’s state-of-the-art research and development facility, will initially comprise of two units...Find out more.
Demanding supply: How to succeed in the data supermarket
Date: 05th July 2019 | Posted in: Blog
Previously we have explained how Colocation providers are becoming “supermarkets” of data; This article will explore further how the supply chain needs to step up in order to meet the challenge of a rapidly evolving marketplace.