New Department of Energy Refrigeration Standards – March 2017

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Food equipment manufacturing is preparing for major changes to comply with the Department of Energy’s new energy efficiency standards by March 2017. The requirements include a 30-50% energy level reduction for reach-ins refrigerators, a 20-40% reduction for walk-ins and a 5% reduction for ice makers. This affects endless industries that utilize refrigeration and freezers. What does this mean for you and your business? Here are a few resources that may help you figure out your plan of action. Let’s start with some basics…

FE&S Norm's blog

Do you have questions about the facts on the upcoming changes? Click here to read the FE&S article to get answers.

HydroCarbon True Norm's blog

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