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Adande gets £2m backing to work with Bonds on Aircell concept for refrigerated cases


Good to read a reasonable and considered response to a genuine concern. A question for Nigel, or anyone else that may know: What period of time (or percentage of time period) is a cabinet under going periods of high usage? As I understand it, an airflow system would also suffer during a period of high usage as the air flow pattern is disturb and takes a period of time to reestablish itself. Is that correct or are the manufacturers of air-flow products claiming that high usage has no effect on performance? I agree with you that there is perhaps no 'one size fits all' solution to this and so maybe air-flow and glass door solutions do have a place side by side. My concern is that the retailers will jump of this and discontinue to consider doors as they at not particularly in favour of them anyway. I have a second question regarding due-diligence and government funding: Does anyone have any information as to how this was carried out, and by whom? Finally I must thank Jason for kicking this off, and Nigel for responding. This is an important topic

Posted date

1 May, 2015

Posted time

3:21 pm