There are a lot of open impulse coolers out in the shops. By installing sliding lids on open impulse coolers, for example on Madrid 125, energy consumption can be reduced by up to 32% a year.
Fit a lid to Madrid 125
Reduce energy consumption by up to 32% a year.
Does your store have
kilometres of convenience coolers?
We’ve all seen it – from local grocery stores to large supermarkets. Long walls with convenience coolers for fruit and vegetables, beverages, meat and dairy products.
There are big savings to be made by upgrading open convenience coolers to convenience coolers with doors.
For example INDI85 1250 05
Reduce energy consumption by up to 50% a year by choosing the door model.
Remember that Vibocold is very happy to provide advice and guidance to ensure you get the most energy-friendly solution.
Replace your old bottle cooler
and save money
Bottle coolers are very popular, and Vibocold has a wide range of energy-optimised coolers – and calculations show that it is worth replacing old bottle coolers with new models.
If you have a 10-year-old upright cooler, such as the FCS 1450, there are big savings to be made by replacing it with a new energy-optimised upright cooler.
Replace an FCS 1450 with a new energy-optimised VD 372
Save up to 50 % in energy costs a year.
Ask us to calculate how much you can save.
Information about temperature and climate classes
We use temperature and climate classes as a reference point. And this is whether we are advising our customers or defining product requirements.
Having a common definition of the test environment and the required food storage temperature range provides a better basis for comparison. This is then used to define what the energy consumption is based on the requirements which the product have to meet.
Recommended temperature for storing food and drinks
Usually, we test our products against climate class 3 (max. 25°C and 60% relative humidity) to simulate a standard ambient environment in Europe.
To find the temperature class that matches your storage needs, see which temperature class matches the recommended storage temperature. For example, meat and sausages will require temperature class M1.
It can be difficult to decide on the right course of action. Do you need to replace your existing cabinets with new coolers/freezers? Or is it possible to fit lids to existing cabinets? How can you optimise quickly and easily?
Our consultants are well equipped to help, and will give you the advice and guidance you need based on your situation.