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GEA Refrigeration UK at Foodex 2014

03 March 2014

GEA Refrigeration UK will be exhibiting at Foodex 2014 – Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th March. They will be at Stand R391.

GEA Refrigeration UK will be presenting a range of products proven to benefit and enhance the food industry.

Visitors to the show will have the rare opportunity to experience the new Grasso BluAstrum chiller for themselves as the state-of-the-art model will be present at the exhibition. This highly-efficient and economical chiller will be our highlight for this year’s show. With the new GEA Grasso BluAstrum range, one achieves high-efficiency within compact dimensions.

Alongside this highly-efficient and economically-friendly chiller, GEA Refrigeration UK will display a GEA Grasso V 600; part of a family of powerful and highly-efficient reciprocating compressors. Visitors will be able to see for themselves how this new series of GEA Grasso V is an innovation capable of advancing refrigeration within the food industry.


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