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Copevap® Condensing Unit Offers Design Flexibility

Emerson Climate Technologies has introduced its new Copeland® Narrow Copevap® condensing unit for high-, medium-, and low-temperature refrigeration applications. This new line offers a narrow 8.25-in.-wide base for greater OEM design flexibility, versatile use in space-limited applications, and faster field service replacement.

The Copeland Narrow Copevap condensing unit offers many additional features for both the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and end-user, including a compact condenser coil and a molded plastic shroud for durability and airflow across the entire coil face. The new condensing unit is rated for usage in operating conditions up to 100F, offering performance reliability in even in the most demanding applications. According to company sources, its high efficiency compressors allow for lower end-user utility expenses. Larger condensate holding volume handles more condensate from defrost cycles, eliminating potential over-spills in retail settings. All Copeland Narrow Copevap con-densing unit models have UL-recognized agency approval. emersonclimate.comEmerson Climate Technologies circle 161

Pass Thru Refrigerators Provide 51 cu.ft. of Space

Hoshizaki has introduced a two section, pass-thru refrigerator series, featuring multiple door configurations: full and half glass doors, and full and half height solid stainless steel doors.

The units provide more than 51.3 cu. ft. of useable storage space. A ducted air distribution system provides uniform temperatures and eliminates hot spots throughout the cabinet.

The refrigerator's glass door frames are constructed of a high grade durable stainless steel inside and out and insulated with R134-A, CFC-free polyurethane.

The door glass is triple-pane, argon-filled, with a Low-E non reflective coating. The cabinet walls are 2-3/8-in. thick, and insulated with R-134A CFC-free foamed in place polyurethane. hoshizaki.comHoshizaki circle 162

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