Drinks cooling system manufacturer Gamko has brought a duo of new products to market.
The first is the Flexbar Barista coffee station, which comprises a number of refrigeration and storage modules in which to deposit coffee and its related products.
The station is made up of separate zones, each able to be independently temperature controlled as required, said to allow users to accurately chill contained milk-products, while heating coffee cups, storing coffee waste and also install services such as water filters in one area.
The four zones are: an area for assisted service of contained milks, creams and other chilled storage needs; a cup-warming module, available with both door or drawer options; a waste bin/coffee knock-out area, which can be set to an ambient or chilled temperature; and an ambient zone for services such as water filter and cleaning area.
As with other Flexbar modules, the Barista coffee station is available in anthracite or stainless steel finishes, with an automated defrost function, and remote cooling system, which is said to reduce noise, and heat, leading to better energy efficiency.
The unit is plug ready and requires no separate chiller, with a thermostat featuring a digital blue screen and touch pad control. All Flexbar modules are designed to be easy to clean; it also has a slide-in cassette machine unit to allow access for servicing, and a thermostatic range of +2°C/+18°C.
The second new launch is the Maxiglass Noverta Premium cooler. This is an upgrade to Gamko’s Maxiglass range, with the new product using R600 hydrocarbon as standard. The refrigerant is claimed to lower power consumption, and the manufacturer believes it has calculated that users could save up to £125 in running costs every year – up to 43% and up to £800 over its lifetime.
The plug ready undercounter drinks cooler features an electronic thermostat display, door locks as standard and adjustable wire mesh shelves. It has an automatic defrost function, as well as an adjustable temperature range of +1°C / +18°C.