WHAT DOES A LARGE SOUTH AFRICAN RETAIL STORES REFRIGERATION RACK LOOK LIKE?

WHAT COMPRESSORS DO RETAILERS DEPEND ON FOR LARGE REFRIGERATION?
BITZER semi hermetic compressors were selected at the heart of the largest rack ever installed for a Food Lovers Market.

 


When a new Food Lovers Market was opened in Nelspruit in March 2015 Phoenix Racks was commissioned to build a large 2,500kg rack, the largest the chain had built to date.

At the heart of the rack are six BITZER semi hermetic compressors provide cooling for three circuits.

·        high temperature (part of the air conditioning load)
·        medium temperature (deli-cabinets, upright vending machines and cold rooms)

·        low temperature (freezer rooms and island freezers)

 

BITZER’S high quality engineering, reliability and energy efficiency all ensure that the store has total peace of mind and that the OEM’s and contractors can have full confidence in the finished product.

“Variations in compressor suction temperatures are minimal even during high movement of product and high traffic of shoppers. This is extremely encouraging and points to a high level of energy efficiency” says Kevin Schlemmer of Phoenix Racks.

 

“Not only are we are very proud of our compressor quality and reliability, and of the proven energy savings that they continue to contribute to our large retail clients” says Bernhard Blaeser, Managing Director of BITZER South Africa, “but as importantly, we are proud of the way that our product dependability and software support local OEM’s and contractors, and protect their hard earned reputations”

 

 


























BITZER, the world’s largest independent manufacturer of refrigeration compressors and their national sales offices can answer and questions or queries about retail refrigeration needs or challenges.
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