Century Refrigeration plans to exhibit Epic Unit Cooler

Century Refrigeration plans to exhibit Epic Unit Cooler

Century Refrigeration will showcase its Epic Unit Cooler at the 2017 Global Cold Chain Expo, which takes place June 13-15, 2017, in Chicago IL.

Stop by booth #5436 to hear experts from Century answer questions about cooling technology for the food industry. Century will also demonstrate the Epic Unit Cooler, ideal for use in medium to large walk-in coolers and freezers, distribution facilities, and storage facilities. The Epic Series is the latest addition to Century’s line of Comdustrial Refrigeration Systems—industrial-quality equipment in commercial capacity ranges.

Featuring quieter fans and easier maintenance and serviceability, the Epic units are sleek and lightweight. They are available in many fan and coil combinations to suit individual needs. Standard features include hinged, lift-off fan and end panels for quick coil service and cleaning, quick-connect fan wiring, and a full unit width hinged drain pan. Air defrost, electric defrost, or hot gas defrost options are available to meet a variety of applications.

Motors used in the Epic Unit Cooler are permanently lubricated for reduced maintenance time and costs and suitable for low-temperature applications. They are heavy-duty, high-efficiency, full ball bearing and have internal thermal overloads. High speed motors are 1480 revolutions per minute (rpm) and low speed motors are 1090 rpm.

Many optional features can be added to the standard unit, including a variety of fin materials, coatings and casing arrangements for corrosive atmosphere applications. Stainless steel hardware, fasteners, and/or housings are available. Other options include opposite hand connections, units circuited for water or glycol solutions, mounted non-fused fan motor disconnect switch, and many others.

Century is a division of RAE Corporation. For more information, go to www.RAECorp.com.

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