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Pagoda refrigerated cabinet from ISA

29 July 2011 by
Pagoda refrigerated cabinet from ISA

Product ISA Pagoda refrigerated cabinet

USP Designed to maximise the creative display of ice-creams, pastries and chocolates, the cabinets improve visibility through the combination of concave glass, split-level display areas, multiplexable straight and curved modules - which improve the view from above and in front - and refrigerated shelves that are almost perpendicular to the front glass.

Features The temperatures of individual display areas can be independently adjusted between -20°C and +20°C, so an ice-cream area can quickly convert to pastry display. Other improvements include heat-free LED lighting, air-flow patterns designed to reduce energy consumption; and Autoclean function.

Range Four versions - for ice-cream; ventilated pastry; static pastry; and chocolate (with humidity control).

Options Three different heights with between up to three shelves of tempered glass.

Styles Two - Aria (with glass-fronted lower display) and Icona (with a solid panel in the lower section in choice of colours). The two can be mixed and matched.

01708 862273

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