Precision gets A rating for latest undercounter fridge

The Precision HPU150 compact undercounter fridge achieved an A rating.

The latest version of Precision’s compact undercounter, the HPU150, has achieved an A rating for energy efficiency.

Designed to deliver a storage solution where space is limited, it has a footprint of 600 x 640mm.

The HPU150’s A rating should mean low power consumption and low running costs – under the Ecolabelling EN16825 Climate Test Class 4 – M1 Classification Test for Refrigerators it used 1.27kWh in 24 hours.

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It achieves this through features including claimed high performance, zero ODP polyurethane insulation, a waste heat recovery condensate vaporiser system, and the Precision electronic controller.

The undercounter’s minimalist design, with all stainless steel construction and integrated, flush door handle, can make it suitable for both kitchen and front of house applications. It is supplied with two adjustable shelves and the shelving system is removable for cleaning.

Alongside the standard HPU150, Precision offers the HPU152, which replaces the door with two drawers, and the HPU153, which offers a bank of three drawers.

Nick Williams, Precision’s MD said: “Drawers give chefs easier access to ingredients and allow product to be better organised. The choice of single door, two drawers or three gives customers the chance to select exactly the storage solution that works best for them.”

Precision’s undercounter is also available as a freezer (model LPU150).

The list price for the standard HPU150 is £1,270.

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