With commercial and catering equipment it is easy and free to save energy by doing small things such as using simmer settings wherever possible, servicing equipment and cleaning extractor hood filters regularly, ensuring correct ventilation for cooling equipment, keeping lids on pans and keeping cooling and heating equipment in separate areas. There are many benefits to using your equipment more efficiently including cost, improved work place conditions and lower impact on the environment.
The best way to improve your energy efficiency is to use your equipment properly, keeping it well maintained and avoiding unnecessary use, heat escape from ovens and fryers or keeping fridges, freezers and other cooling equipment well ventilated.
If you do need to buy new equipment, ArcticNi provides the best energy rated serve overs, chest freezers, catering equipment and many more products, which are built to last, meaning less cost to you and no extra commercial equipment going to the landfill.
ArcticNi take energy efficiency seriously and as such provide each product’s energy rating where possible, including; fridges and freezers, ice machines and many more products.
At ArcticNi we work hard to make sure you know the energy efficiency of our products, meaning you can buy the best for you and the environment simultaneously. Where possible, all the products on our website have energy ratings and other information, but if there is something else you would like to know, give us a call and we will try our best to help.
The WEEE directive aims to encourage everyone to recycle electrical and electronic equipment, meaning less has to be produced.
WEEE stands for Waste Electrical and electronic Equipment, which includes any waste products that use batteries or an electrical supply. WEEE regulations came into force in July 2007, meaning that any goods, be they a serve over, fridge, chest freezer, or washing machines, which have the crossed out wheelie bin logo on them, must be disposed of separately to other waste. This is to cut down on the amount of goods thrown into landfills.