MALMOE / TORONTO

DESCRIPTION

This new line of dual basin islands has been designed and made using advanced technologies which ensure excellent performance and high energy saving. Both basins in the new Malmoe 3 islands work at the same temperature. The line’s elegance and essential style allow much better visibility of the products on display, obtaining advantageous ratios as regards both capacity and display surface. The Malmoe 3 model is available in lengths 1875mm – 2500mm – 3750mm – head case and with two different heights of the front glass: G3 (345mm) and G4 (425mm).

Toronto islands are provided with “ARNEG DESIGN” sliding glass closures which ensure maximum energy saving and better preservation of products. To ensure a notable reduction of electrical consumption, the cabinets are equipped with low-power demisting and defrosting systems. Particular care has been devoted to the dimensions of the cabinet, to ensure the best economy and to enable customers to take out the products more easily.

TORONTO is available in lengths 1875mm – 2500mm – 3750mm – head case and with two different heights of the front glass:
G3 (345mm) and G4 (425mm).

TORONTO MAXI, with a larger loading capacity, is available in lengths 1875mm – 2500mm – 3750mm – head case and with two different heights of the front glass:
G4 (425mm) and G5 (505mm).

To satisfy requests for a greater loading capacity, it is recommended to use the MALMOE 3 MAXI version, available in lengths 1875mm – 2500mm – 3750mm – head case and with two different heights of the front glass: G4 (425mm) and G5 (505mm).

Better cold with lower consumption!
The “Arneg Design” sliding glass covers are the best solution for product accessibility and visibility. With respect to the same version of the Malmoe 3 island, the glass covers with low emissivity used in the Toronto model allow a 54% reduction of the refrigerating energy, ensuring a better temperature level in the foods, limiting temperature fluctuations and guaranteeing the quality of preservation. The closure of the display area drastically reduces the formation of frost on the evaporator, limiting the number of defrosting operations and reducing the total energy consumption of the island.

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