Williams will present its new Multideck merchandisers at TUCO’s virtual conference this year on 28 July.
Offered in a range of sizes, the latest Williams Multidecks have been upgraded with features to minimise energy consumption.
A key issue with open merchandisers is keeping the cold air in the cabinet. The new Multidecks use an airflow design that should deliver consistent temperature throughout the cabinet to ensure food safety and product freshness. The design is aimed at improving the air circulation in the display compartment, minimising cold air leakage and thus enhancing energy efficiency.
The curtain of air that is blown down the front of the cabinet to protect the contents has a new honeycomb-shaped discharge grill that should improve its performance. Meanwhile the cabinet’s end panels have removable clear vertical profiles that are designed to retain more of the cold air, again reducing energy consumption.
The refrigeration system has also been enhanced with energy-saving heat exchangers and a new controller. This is designed to minimise power consumption by managing the system using six relays and three temperature probes. The controller also offers full HACCP data monitoring and remote recording.
The price ticket holders are also designed to enhance energy efficiency. They are shaped to enhance the air curtain performance and to minimise cold air leakage from the cabinet. As well as holding the price tickets, they can also be used to hold the merchandiser’s LED light strips.