Turbo Air has been leaving its mark on refrigeration and food prep for almost 20 years. Turbo Air refrigerators and freezers are known for less energy consumption and better performance within the foodservice industry. Commercial refrigerators from Turbo Air are built to meet health code requirements, feature good insulation, and are more powerful to maintain temperatures in traditionally hot and humid environments (think commercial kitchens). You'll love the innovation and long-lasting restaurant equipment from Turbo Air. At Tundra Restaurant Supply, we feature a variety of refrigerators and freezers from Turbo Air, including buffet tables, refrigerator display cases, merchandisers, prep tables, bar refrigeration and more!
The Turbo Air Difference
Turbo Air strives to help you reduce your energy consumption, which not only helps the environment, but it can save you on your energy expenses too. Turbo Air freezers and refrigerators feature a self-cleaning condenser system that automatically cleans your condenser 2-3 times a day with a rotating brush. Regular condenser cleaning prevents dust build up, ensuring that your restaurant equipment operates efficiently. And speaking of that condenser, Turbo Air refrigerators feature condensers that are 10-20% larger than the industry standard, enabling them to discharge heat more effectively in hot and humid environments (think commercial kitchens).
Most refrigerators feature a fan motor that runs continuously throughout the day to circulate cold air within the unit. Unfortunately, these fans not only utilize a lot of energy to run, but they generate a significant amount of heat. Turbo Air refrigerators, on the other hand, stops the fan motor from running once the internal temperature is reached. This process can help save you 15-25% in overall energy savings and increase the life of your compressor.
Turbo air refrigerators also feature smart details to make your restaurant equipment more efficient. For example, anti-corrosion pipes are coated on the surface with a special treatment to cool down the pipe's hottest area during the refrigerant compression process—and this is unique to Turbo Air equipment. You'll also find that Turbo Air equipment features a reinforced, 60 mm thick, high-density wall to create greater insulation to prevent heat transfer from the compressor room. Finally, unlike other commercial freezers, Turbo Air freezers harness the heat emitted by the compressor during the condensing stage, eliminating the need for an additional electrical cabinet heater. And what about lighting? Turbo Air uses LED lights instead of florescent lights which reduces energy consumption and lasts longer!