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Keeping cool: True shows sustainable refrigeration at Hotelympia 2012

21 November 2011

See True refrigeration on Stand1640, Hotelympia 2012, 26th February to 1st March True is using Hotelympia as an opportunity to show its range of heavy duty refrigeration recently relaunched onto the UK. The American manufacturer, one of the world’s leading refrigeration specialists, has been developing sustainable models that are especially tailored for the UK and Irish markets. 

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British-built, green blast chiller slashes energy consumption

27 October 2011

Blast chill 35kg from a 13 Amp socket Precision’s latest blast chiller is so energy efficient the British manufacturer is offering it in green.  It uses microprocessor-controlled, variable speed fans to ensure that blast chilling or freezing is fast, efficient and consistent throughout the cabinet – so much so that it can chill or freeze up to 35kg of food, within government guidelines, using only a standard 13 Amp supply. 

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Steely Refrigeration

11 October 2011

True Refrigeration’s TS Series: heavy duty refrigeration for the modern kitchen Solid, roomy, dependable refrigerators and freezers are the backstop of commercial kitchen storage. But modern open-plan and theatre-cooking design demands that they must look good as well as performing reliably in the heated atmosphere of a busy kitchen. True’s upright TS Series, recently re-launched into the UK, has a stainless steel exterior front and sides, along with a stainless steel interior, so it looks smart while standing up to...

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Supermac’s Super Refrigeration

12 September 2011

Supermac’s is Ireland’s largest and fastest-growing fast food chain. Since the first Supermac’s opened its doors in 1978 in Main Street, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, the company has gone from strength to strength with a turnover well in excess of €82 million and with more than 2500 employees. Now, with over 90 stores throughout Ireland, the company is still expanding.

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