Cool first for Victor Optimax


Victor’s new Optimax SQ assisted service refrigerated display unit, direct from rigorous independent tests, is proven to use as little as 0.34kWh/h over a 24 hour period, ensuring all chilled food products are maintained at temperatures between 1°C & 5°C.

Further testing on Optimax SQ has shown that if you pay, for example, 14p per unit for electricity, with this model the cost can be less than 5p per hour.

The inclusion of Optimax SQ on the ETL also means buyers can reduce their tax bill by as much as 20 per cent off the purchase price.

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The Optimax SQ is a square high-visibility refrigerated display cabinet with an inside cabinet, temperature-retaining drop-down/lift-up rear door arrangement. Configured to deliver optimum display opportunities, Optimax SQ is ideal for delis, coffee shops, convenience stores, in fact anywhere where food on the go is served.

The unique rear door configuration substantially reduces any loss of chilled air when the doors are opened, which means cabinet temperatures recover quickly and pressure is reduced on the refrigeration system and the amount of energy used.

The independently assessed Optimax SQ unit meets EN 23953:2005 M1/climate class 3 in maintaining food temperatures.

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Kathy Bowry

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