Benefits at a glance:
- Now fitted to all EcoPro G3 units as standard
- Reduce maintenance costs/customer site disruption
- More accurate/reliable temperature control
- Further improved food safety
- Equipment lasts longer
- Increased carbon reduction through lower energy use
Why is +stayclear important?
Well compared to a traditional condenser, a study showed that after 12 months of typical usage, +stayclear only showed a 16% reduction in airflow compared to a traditional fin condenser (up to 94% reduction), consuming 36% less energy†. This means that, fitted at no extra cost, the +stayclear condenser unit reduces the amount of time you need to spend maintaining your fridge or freezer and save you money by reducing the chance of breakdown. Traditional fridge condensers get easily blocked with environmental contaminants such as grease and dirt, which without regular servicing from kitchen or service staff, will cause the fridge to need to work harder, with the likely eventual result of the refrigeration system failing.
+stayclear’s robust structure is designed for use in a busy professional kitchen meaning you can concentrate on what’s important and let your Foster refrigeration work efficiently without disruption. This revolutionary component innovation triumphed over the technology contained within entire refrigeration products to win ‘Product of the Year’ at the prestigious ACR awards, demonstrating the impressive improvement this new condenser has made on refrigeration efficiency and design.
The new and improved +stayclear condenser has been optimised for the individual application, so your G3 counters and cabinets have a +stayclear perfectly suited to it.
Foster’s new refrigeration +stayclear condenser stays efficient for longer whilst extending the life of your fridge or freezer. Unlike anything else on the market, our innovative aerofoil tube technology dramatically reduces blockages and the build-up of dirt, keeping the condenser clean.
Our new design uses smaller bore holes and wider wing sections, which gives us a more efficient heat exchange. The wings are no longer angled, letting air flow with less restrictions.
†Condenser Technology Study - Nov 15
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