Turbo Air - Commercial Restaurant Equipment
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When it comes to commercial refrigerators and freezers, Turbo Air is a known leader in the restaurant industry. Unfortunately many refrigeration units on the market are known energy guzzlers, which could prove detrimental to your sustainability objectives. As an Energy Star partner, customers know that Turbo Air has set a high standard for producing energy efficient, high quality commercial refrigeration units. At Tundra Restaurant Supply, we sell a variety of Turbo Air refrigerators, merchandisers, freezers and much more.
The Turbo Air Refrigeration Equipment Difference
Turbo Air's commitment to sustainability and green initiatives means that turbo air equipment like refrigerators, freezers and merchandisers are unlike their competitors. For example, the fan controller within your refrigerator or freezer is designed to circulate cold air, however in the process of doing so it can create a lot of heat. So what is the Turbo Air difference? An added controller inside the motor that tells the fan to stop running as soon as there is a rise in internal temperature. This small upgrade alone can save you 25% in overall energy savings.
Turbo Air equipment also features a self-cleaning condenser which utilizes a rotating brush to clean the condenser and prevent dust accumulation. Dust is an unavoidable hassle in any commercial kitchen—no matter how clean you keep your space, dust will build up on your condenser, obstructing air flow. Translation? Your refrigerator or freezer will work harder which equals more energy use and a shorter lifespan.
If it feels brighter when you look into a Turbo Air refrigeration unit, chances are it is. Fluorescent lights generate a lot of heat and are known energy guzzlers. By utilizing LED lighting for interior display systems, Turbo Air reduces your energy consumption. Finally, Turbo Air avoids the use of HFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons) and utilizes Cyclopentane for the insulation inside the walls and doors of the unit. HFCs are commonly used in refrigerants and polyurethane foam insulants even though they are associated with high ozone depletion potential (ODP). Turbo Air's commitment to energy efficiency for a more sustainable future gives you the peace of mind you've been waiting for.