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TRUE REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS NOW IN “HC”


OPERATING COST


REDUCTION *Compared to previous model


T-19E-HC T-19FZ-HC


686 mm (L) x 623 mm (D) x 1995 mm (H) 358 Litre Net usable capacity The Best in Food Preservation 0.5°C to 3.3°C 1.623 kWh/24hr


-18°C 7.511 kWh/24hr


*58% energy reduction based on EN16825 /24hrs: T-19E-HC compared with previous T-19E HFC model. T-19E-HC = ‘C’, T-19FZ-HC = ‘E’ energy classification under the European EcoDesign energy labelling regulation prEN 16825. For further information, see the product spec sheets available at www.truemfg.com


Hydrocarbon Refrigerants (HC) are natural, non-toxic refrigerants that have no ozone depleting properties and low global warming potential. Hydrocarbons are one of the most climate-friendly and cost-effective refrigerants, demonstrating significant utility savings compared to traditional refrigeration equipment.


Through extensive development and testing, True is balancing hydrocarbon refrigeration systems with the latest in energy efficient components and our own patented technologies, to produce highly efficient and environmentally friendly commercial refrigeration equipment which doesn’t sacrifice on performance; able to maintain consistent, accurate and safe storage temperatures, even in the busiest and most demanding of foodservice environments.


Built in the US for quality. Stocked in the UK for convenience. 0800 783 2049 enquiries@truemfg.com


MADE WITH IN THE USA


INNO A V TION www.truemfg.com


Only True gives you an Industry-Leading 5 Years Parts & Labour Warranty on All Products


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