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Synergy counter drop-ins from Victor

01 August 2008 by

Victor's Synergy "drop-ins", the working component units for food service counters, now boast greater energy efficiency and conform to the more exacting standards of EN ISO 23953-2.

The refrigerated blown-air salad wells, compatible with standard counters, have been redesigned, with the focus on hygiene, access and serviceability. The maximum load line of the wells offers a more effective and contamination-free food presentation.

Compatible with GN containers up to 100mm deep, the smoother fabrication of the wells combined with a centrally located drain-off point encourages a positive cleaning regime, while the newly-upgraded self-regulating condensate system reduces energy consumption and minimises heat loss from the unit.

The modular design of the refrigeration system and the use of expansion valves enables Synergy refrigerated units to be easily installed within remote systems.

The new heated wet or dry heat bain-marie wells are designed to fit with existing Synergy models. Available with or without gantries, the 1/1 gastronorm bains-marie feature sealed stainless-steel wells with drain-off points to one side.

The eight models in the newly configured Wet and Dry Heat Bains-Marie Well range are supplied with remote control boxes. Standard units feature curved glass sneeze screen and over shelf with an independent energy regulator control on the bains-marie.

To buy it, call 01274 722125Victor

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