Research conducted by Emerson has found that the use of propane integral refrigeration units as opposed to remote CO2 systems could save retailers 50,000 throughout a 10 year period.
According to Emerson, these savings come as a result of reduced maintenance and energy costs.
Director of integrated solutions at Emerson, Eric Winnandy, pinpointed international agreements such as the Kigali amendment and the EU’s F-Gas regulation as a driving factor behind this shift in the industry. Such agreements mean a more proactive approach to environmental considerations on the part of operators.
However, positive environmental factors form just one part of the benefits associated with choice of refrigeration as Winnandy outlines –
“As the retail sector makes this once in a generation transition, it is presented with a major challenge – but also an opportunity – to select the right the right technologies that can maximize long-term environmental, operational and cost benefits.”
Lowe has established long-term relationships with manufacturers on a global basis. This has led to the cultivation of a comprehensive global network that consistently strives to be at the forefront of the latest industry trends.
With a fleet comprised of exclusively integral units, Lowe’s refrigeration equipment boasts -
- A low-GWP and even two approvals from the ETPL (Energy Technology Product List)
- Contemporary, cutting-edge equipment
- Reduced running costs
Renting with Lowe ensures that your business is compliant with impending changes in industry standards ahead of time, but also that it reaps the three-fold benefits achievable because of these changes.
Interested in how Lowe’s fleet of refrigeration can benefit your business? Get in touch with one of the Lowe experts today.
Source: RAC Plus