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Precision’s new Variable Temperature Drawer: is it a fridge? Is it a freezer? No, it’s both!

British manufacturer’s ultra-flexible, energy-saving individually refrigerated drawer unit

Precision's Variable temperature drawerPrecision has launched the latest version of its Variable Temperature Drawer, the individually refrigerated unit that provides a compact, incredibly flexible bulk storage solution, right in the heart of the kitchen.  The new version, model VUBC121, is the first Precision individual drawer to launch since the introduction of the Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Directives and MEPS (Minimum Energy Performance Standard).  In independent tests, carried out by RD&T, the drawer scored ‘A’ when operating as a fridge and ‘B’ when being used as a freezer (EN16825 Climate Test Class 4).  What makes the VUBC121 even more attractive, according to Precision, is that it offers the best value of any unit of its type on the market.


Whatever the BIM question – IFC is the ‘one solution fits all’ answer

CESA answers concerns about BIM, IFC and Revit

CESABIM makes it easy to create BIM modelsThere is a lot of discussion relating to BIM with reference to Revit files. To some, incorrectly, Revit has become synonymous with BIM and vice versa – rather like a hoover and a vacuum cleaner. “This is misleading,” says Keith Warren, director of CESA. “Rivet is one the many designer programmes that use BIM models. We have heard of Rivet files being requested, when what is actually needed is a BIM model.”


Thinner, narrower fridges offer a wider choice

British manufacturer Precision’s new 401 Series have a space-saving, non-standard size

When saving kitchen space is critical, British manufacturer Precision’s new 401 refrigeration cabinets are the solution.  Measuring just 600mm wide x 700mm deep, the 400 litre uprights deliver cost effective, reliable refrigeration, in ambients up to 43°C, while their energy-saving iCool controller keeps costs to a minimum.

The 401 Series has attractive, minimalist lines, such as a stainless steel handle with simple, one-piece construction.  (more…)