Nor-Lake Introduces New Undercounter/Worktable Refrigerators and Freezers
Line frees area workspace, is energy efficient, and easy to maintain
HUDSON, Wis. — Nor-Lake, manufacturer of refrigeration equipment for the foodservice, scientific, and industrial markets, has introduced the new AdvantEDGE™ undercounter/worktable refrigerator and freezer line. The line offers a new design to capitalize on available workspace, and provide energy efficiency and easy maintenance.
The enhanced AdvantEDGE series features a new front-breathing design and allows cabinets to be enclosed on the top, sides, and back, freeing area workspace and offering zero-clearance installation. The undercounter/worktable series also includes a new condenser filter screen located in the rear of each cabinet that can be removed without tools for easy cleaning. Users simply pull the screen out, rinse with water, and replace. The mesh screen filters incoming air to ensure the condenser coil is free of dirt and debris, extending the life of the equipment and increasing efficiency. Doors on the undercounter/worktable series are self-closing and offer one, two, or three door option to fit any application.
Nor-Lake said the undercounter/worktable series’ enhanced design increases energy efficiency with no required perimeter door heaters. The refrigeration systems have been redesigned for higher efficiency; all models meet 2017 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) requirements.
The series offers a stainless steel interior and exterior as well as 2-inch wall thickness. Refrigeration models are Energy Star qualified, and the series is available in five refrigerator models and three freezer models. The series comes with standard limited three-year parts and labor warranty and an additional five-year coverage on compressor parts. For more information, visit www.norlake.com/nor-lake-products/foodservice/products/cabinets/advantedge/undercounter.
Nor-Lake is a member of the Standex Food Service Equipment Group. For more information, visit www.norlake.com.
Publication date: 9/8/2016