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Precision introduces 40kg blast chiller freezer

Precision has launched a new energy efficient blast chiller freezer with a product loading of up to 40kg that can be plugged into a standard 13 amp socket.

Precision claims it has introduced several design changes to increase efficiency and improve food holding quality.

“Our new blast chiller freezer sets new standards in the market by coping with up to 40kg of product while still operating from at 13 amp socket,” says Nick Williams, managing director of Precision.

A new racking/shelving guard combined with upgraded software allows even more airflow to circulate around the product increasing the speed of chilling.

A smart refrigeration system ensures minimal gas charge and maximum performance while microprocessor-controlled, variable speed fans ensure fast blast chilling throughout the cabinet.

Of all stainless steel construction, the cabinet itself has been re-engineered with an improved condenser cover and door to increase the airflow and give a modern look.

The standard 90 minute blast cycle is started by pressing two buttons. The chill or freeze cycle can be controlled by programmed timer or by food probe. It also offers a choice of ‘soft chill’ or ‘hard chill’ modes, for different food types and consistencies.

For more information check out the Precision website (www.precision-refrigeration.co.uk), or call the company directly on +44 (0)1842 753 994.

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