New eutectic fridge system for UK buyers

Solihull, UK: Cold Logic is promoting the Framec Trade eutectic refrigeration system for UK buyers.
The Italian made system is widely used in Europe says Paul Tuszynski, director, Cold Logic.

“The benefits of the Cold Logic eutectic system have been enjoyed for many year in the rest of Europe and we are delighted to have been selected to bring this product to the UK,” he says.

“Our eutectic partners are the renown Framec Trade. Based in Italy and suppliers to the most demanding customers in Europe and South America, their product range covers the full range of chassis from pick ups to 26 tonners,” he says.

Completed bodies can be delivered, fitted to chassis, and running within eight weeks of first enquiry, he says..

Eutectic refrigeration truck systems are one of the most efficient means for the daily distribution of ice cream and frozen food. An evaporating system with eutectic plates or beams connects to the refrigerating unit to ensure the maintenance of internal temperatures below -25°C for a minimum of 12 hours, he says.

The refrigerating unit is powered by the mains during breaks and cools down the eutectic liquid of the plates mounted inside the body; eutectic plates work as cold storage units.

The advantages of this system include low temperature dispersion, low energy consumption, low maintenance costs  and low noise, Tuszynski says.

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