Adande unveils Bora cabinet


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.

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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 for details.