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


The report that Nigel refers to doesn't say that the performance drops off until glass door cases are worse than open cases, at least not what I read. To me it says that in some cases at certain times the performance is no better ,during those excessively busy periods. Surely a drop in performance for any measure will be reduced during busy periods. Is Nigel claiming that the performance of the aircell kit doesn't also reduce during busy usage periods? The retailers are looking for any excuse not to accept responsibility for their huge energy wasting practices. The funding will now give them the excuse to delay fitting doors to cabinets. All done RAC Industry, we are helping the supermarkets once again dodge their responsibilities to reduce their environmental impact

Posted date

6 May, 2015

Posted time

10:44 am