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In these conditions “the seller” means Xpress Refrigeration. The ‘Buyer” is any person or persons acting on their own behalf or for a “Firm or Company” who enters into a contract whether written or verbal. All orders accepted by the Seller will be subject to these Terms and Conditions of Sale. If the Buyer issues an official order containing Conditions of Purchase, these Terms and Conditions of Sale shall prevail.

 

 PRICES

While every attempt will be made to adhere to our published ‘’Price List” we reserve the right to alter or amend prices without prior notification. Prices quoted are exclusive of Value Added Tax.

 

 CANCELLATION

The Seller will only accept cancellations as follows:

a) If the Buyer cancels after goods have left our warehouse a charge of 20% of invoice value will be levied. If the goods have been unpacked by the Buyer or his Agent a minimum charge of 25% of invoice value will be levied.

b) Special equipment ordered by the Buyer will be subject to special conditions which will be sent to the Buyer prior to acceptance of the order and may be subject to payment of a deposit. Cancellation will not be accepted on special orders.

 

DELIVERY

All standard deliveries are free of charge (U.K. Mainland). The Seller will at all times attempt to meet the Buyer’s delivery requirements, however, the Seller will not accept liability for losses sustained by the Buyer in the event of late delivery by the Seller or his Agents.

 

OWNERSHIP AND RISK

From the time of delivery to the Buyer or to the assigned point of delivery, the equipment shall be at the Buyer’s risk. Ownership of the equipment shall not pass to the Buyer until payment in full has been received by the Seller. The Buyer shall take the appropriate steps to notify any third party of the Sellers interest in the equipment and in the event of a threatened seizure of the equipment or of the appointment of a receiver or liquidator or administrator, shall, immediately notify the Seller and the Seller shall be entitled to repossess the equipment upon which the Seller retains Title from the Buyer’s premises or location.

 

 PAYMENT

Invoices shall be paid within 30 days of the date of the invoice (unless other terms have been agreed in advance) and the Seller may charge daily interest at the rate of 4% per annum above the base Lending Rate of Barclays Bank plc on all overdue accounts. Should the Buyer default in paying the account the Seller shall not release any equipment which has been ordered until the account together with any interest charges has been paid. The Seller reserves the right to cancel any credit facilities previously allowed. Equipment ordered by the Buyer unless otherwise agreed will be held for 14 days from receipt of order and then invoiced. If after 30 days from date of invoice the equipment has not been collected or the account paid interest as stated above will be levied and a storage charge made.

 

DAMAGE

It is the Buyer’s responsibility to inspect the equipment at the time of taking delivery. Should equipment arrive damaged the delivery note should be endorsed accordingly and the Seller notified in writing within 24 hours. Claims for damage will not be entertained on a clear signature or if signed unexamined.

 

WARRANTY

The Seller agrees to warranty the equipment against defective parts for a period of 12 months from the date of installation or 15 months from date of invoice, which ever is the shorter. In the event of a failure which is subject to a warranty claim, the Seller is to be notified in writing within 7 days. The Seller will replace the faulty component and the Buyer will be invoiced for the replacement. The faulty component is to be returned to the Seller within 21 days and subject to our engineers report confirming the fault, the invoice for the faulty item will be credited. This warranty is limited to the supply of components and does not allow for engineers’ travel time or time spent in diagnosing a fault or labour in effecting a repair. Carriage/Post and Packing will be charged except where additional warranty has been purchased at the time of placing the order. In the event of a failure which is not due to replaceable components the Seller agrees to repair or replace the equipment at his sole discretion. Any loss or damage to consumables caused by a failure of the equipment is to be the responsibility of the Buyer and should be covered by the Buyer’s insurance.

 

FORCE MAJEURE

The Seller shall not be liable in respect of any breach of contract due to any cause beyond his reasonable control including Act of God, inclement weather, flood, lightning or fire, industrial action or lockouts, the act or omission of Government, highways authorities, other competent authority, war, military operations or riot, or the act or omissions of any party for whom the Seller is not responsible.

  

APPLICABLE LAW

Any contract shall be deemed to be made in England according to English Law and subject to the jurisdiction of the English Courts.

Careers 

 

We are looking for Refrigeration Engineers with Fgas Certification.

 

The European Union’s F-gas Regulation

 

Did you know that depending on the type of refrigeration equipment you use, you could be legally obliged to have it maintained by a qualified refrigeration engineer up to once every 6 months.

 

The European Union’s F-gas Regulation No 842/2006 became law on 4 July 2006. This imposes obligations on “operators” of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. F gases include HFCs, which are the most common refrigerants in use today. The Regulation aims to minimize emissions of these gases, which affect global warming if they escape into the air.

 

 A maintenance agreement with the Xpress Refrigeration will ensure that you are complying with these regulations through thorough checks of your F-gas equipment as all of our engineers are fully F-gas certified & R-290 (HydroCarbon).

 

 The F-gas regulations state that operators of equipment with 3kg or more of F-gases must have the system checked at least annually,

 

This interval goes up to once every six months for applications with 30kg or more of F-gases.

 

Other obligations that you must adhere to include the “prevention of leakage and the repair of leaks as soon as possible”, “arranging proper refrigerant recovery by certified personnel”, “maintaining records of refrigerants and of servicing”.

 

As the Xpress Refrigeration is now officially 'Refcom F-Gas Certified'... following the legal requirement that was passed in 2011, outlining that all businesses that install, maintain or service stationery refrigeration or air conditioning designed to contain F Gas refrigerants must obtain an F Gas Company Certificate

 

Means that Xpress Refrigeration can help you comply with the legislation.

 

It is also wise to know that since this law passed on July 4th 2011, over 50% companies have failed to comply and are now trading illegally.

 

For fully qualified expert engineers, call the Xpress Refrigeration.

 

 

 

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