22 March 2022
Adande launched its next generation open-display refrigerated cabinet at the HRC2022 show at London's ExCeL.
The manufacturer says the Bora integral cabinet brings a new level of energy efficiency to open units of this type, achieving a B energy class rating previously only achieved by cabinets with glass doors. The improved efficiency is said to enable operators to save up to £1000 per year in electricity alone for each cabinet, compared to other existing open-display units.
Powered by Adande’s Aircell patented air management technology, the new cabinet consistently holds the cold air in place, preventing it from falling out. This delivers both a stable temperature and precisely controlled humidity which keeps food fresher for longer, reducing food waste.
Adande says the energy efficiency and advanced design of the unit, combined with use of a natural refrigerant, R290, means the Bora has one of the lowest impacts on the environment of any modern refrigerated cabinet.
The cabinet comes in a black or stainless steel finish (a white finish is also available). Customers may also choose from a wider range of colours, to match a company’s brand colours or product promotion, for example.
Global sales director Karl Hodgson said: “We are really pleased to be able to launch today the new Bora open-display cabinet. The B energy class label rating is a concrete achievement and leads the way for UK retail refrigeration. I thank all of the team at Adande for their work to develop it into the best open-display cabinet on the market. It will undoubtedly save money for customers, in electricity, food waste, and maintenance costs, plus help increase revenue with its large display areas and open-access for shoppers and buyers.”
The Bora, which will replace the Adande Sarma cabinet, qualifies for the super deduction tax scheme introduced last year by the UK government. See www.gov.uk/guidance/super-deduction for details.