MEPS-compliant two-door cabinets will be popular cost- and energy-saving options
Responding to the requirements of MEPS, CyberChill has launched upgraded versions of its two-door fridges and freezer cabinets. Offering low running costs and great energy savings, these British-manufactured cabinets are designed to provide professional caterers with reliable, efficient refrigerated storage solutions.
“Two-door cabinets are cost effective and space-saving, so they’re a popular option,” says Craig Pickford, managing director of CyberChill. “The energy data disclosure required by MEPS-compliant refrigeration gives end users the opportunity to easily compare and select the most energy efficient equipment for their catering operation.”
The cabinets have a stainless-steel interior and exterior, enhanced thermal break and door gasket protection. A built-in rear air duct ensures even temperature distribution throughout the interior, while 90mm, zero ODP injected polyurethane provides excellent insulation. Further efficiency is achieved through a condensing unit safety system, to protect the compressor from blocked condensers, and a waste-heat recovery condensate vaporiser system.
For ease of use there is an electronic controller with a clear LCD screen, hi/low visual temperature alarms, hot gas defrost, heavy-duty braked swivel castors, and door locks fitted as standard. Self-closing doors with ergonomic, flush handles ensure that staff don’t inadvertently leave the cabinet open – which is a sure way to waste energy.