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The Gram SUPERIOR PLUS range

The Gram SUPERIOR PLUS range

Gram’s SUPERIOR PLUS recognised on The Energy Technology List

Gram’s SUPERIOR PLUS has been having a great year, winning a Footprint Award and Europe’s ProCold Award making it the most energy efficient vertical chilled storage cabinet in Europe. Now, it has also been recognised on The Energy Technology List.

This is a government scheme, designed for manufacturers that excel in producing energy efficient products that have been tested and independently verified to meet strict criteria set out by the Carbon Trust. It offers confidence to customers that the product meets high energy performance criteria, and that these are typically in the 10-25% most energy efficiency products on the market (Carbon Trust). They’re also able to claim Enhanced Capital Allowance on the products from the list.

The products undergo rigorous testing to ensure they comply with the requirements of the ETL. Demonstrating ground breaking innovation and unrivalled efficiency, the SUPERIORPLUS 72 range is the result of extensive research & development, and easily meets Europe’s Minimum Energy Performance standards and specifications of the Ecodesign Directive which came into force in 2016. 

Having another product listed on the ETL supports our continuing commitment towards green product development and energy saving within the Foodservice industry. More information can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/energy-technology-list.