Fri-Jado closes door on energy waste with revamped MDD range


Hot and cold display equipment manufacturer, Fri-Jado, has launched a range of bespoke doors for its MDD range as it looks to help operators cut costs and reduce energy consumption.

Tests carried out by Fri-Jado engineers at the company’s manufacturing site in the Netherlands have previously demonstrated that the appliances in the MDD range use as little as 16KWh per day to run.

This level of efficiency is achieved due to the patented hot air blanket technology that the company implements into its hot holding equipment.

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The addition of the new optional doors can save a further 25% of the daily energy consumed by the unit, based upon the same set point – delivering savings throughout the life of the unit.

Designed to reduce energy consumption by minimising wastage, the doors, which can be retrofitted to existing units, preserve the temperature and humidity inside the display cabinet. Constructed from a single pane of glass, the feature has been designed specifically for the unit and to not obstruct a customer’s view of the food held within.

Available across the MDD portfolio, including the three, four and five-level appliances, a choice of widths and the stand-alone or pass-through design, Fri-Jado’s introduction of the doors has the potential to deliver ongoing savings for operators.

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