Adande launches A+ Fridge

04 July 2016 by
Adande launches A+ Fridge

Adande has launched a new A+ Fridge following energy labelling legislation that came into effect on 1 July.

Available in both side- and rear-engine model configurations, the A+ Fridge is designed solely for refrigeration (0°C to +15°C) correlated to the class, annual energy consumption in kWh, net volume, temperature and humidity.

The A+ Fridge with Adande's Hold the Cold technology uses hydrocarbon refrigerant offering temperature stability for cutting food wastage by minimising dehydration and condensation.

Karl Hodgson, UK sales director for Adande, commented: "Customers are often surprised when we tell them that an Adande drawer is typically fridge and freezer combined, but there are still customers who would prefer a refrigeration-only option. This energy efficient model is sure to please the operator, achieving monetary savings and meeting their waste reduction, sustainability and corporate responsibility targets. It is priced at the same level as a normal Adande unit."

Adande's other refrigeration units have been tested to the new regulation standards:

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