Master-Bilt to unveil redesigned product range at NAFEM Show


Master-Bilt, manufacturer and supplier of a full line of commercial refrigeration equipment, will be displaying a wide array of energy efficient products at the NAFEM Show 2019.

Master-Bilt’s newly designed booth will highlight many items including its redesigned ice cream dipping/display merchandisers. 

The new design features a full glass top and LED lighting to maximize product visibility, R290 refrigerant and redesigned refrigeration systems to provide optimum efficiency and a lower back rail to improve operator ergonomics for easier dipping.

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The Master-Bilt booth will also have a demo of the updated Master Controller Reverse Cycle Defrost System (MCRCD). The MCRCD is an electronic controller option for walk-in coolers and freezers and is designed to increase food safety, prevent product loss and provide significant savings on energy bills.

Featuring a simplified interface, the MCRCD still provides the same range of functions such as energy efficient reverse cycle defrost. The MCRCD’s patented design saves up to 27% more energy than an all-mechanical system. 

Master-Bilt will also show its range of blast chillers and blast freezers which improve food safety, increase productivity in the kitchen and extend the shelf life of food, saving time and money.

Several products will be on display for front-of-house retail to back-of-the-house cold storage featuring R290 refrigerant, providing optimum efficiency for the end-user.

The company will be exhibiting at booth number 2823.

Master-Bilt, a member of the Standex Food Service Equipment Group and in business for 80 years, offers a complete line of refrigerated coolers and freezers for commercial foodservice applications.

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Carly Hacon

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