Viessmann has launched two highly energy-efficient remote multidecks on the market, open multideck e-Ventus and e-Novus, multideck with doors. Energy efficiency has been taken to a completely new level with a breakthrough innovation, the e-ncore technology (patent pending).
The e-ncore technology includes a revolutionary air curtain solution based on research made in aerodynamics and fluid dynamics. The air curtain is formed by a skewed parabolic initial velocity profile. The turbulence is extremely low at the starting point which minimises the ambient air entrainment and lowers the extraction capacity. e-ncore surpasses all the existing single- and double-air curtain solutions on the market.
When e-ncore technology is combined with an optimised evaporator and fan design, a next-generation night curtain or double glass doors and a mix of other energy efficiency features, energy consumption can be reduced by 50% with e-Ventus and 35% with e-Novus compared to average multidecks on the market. Laboratory tests and the first installations have shown that the new Viessmann multidecks are currently in a class of their own when it comes to energy consumption and temperature performance.
“Viessmann Refrigeration Solutions has really innovated something remarkable when it comes to the total life cycle costs of multideck cabinets. Outstanding energy savings, better temperature stability and the possibility to run the multidecks with a smaller power pack really make a difference for food retail customers,” says Mr. Matti Virtanen, Managing Director, Viessmann Refrigeration Solutions.
The Viessmann Group is one of the leading international manufacturers of heating systems. Founded in 1917, the family business employs approximately 10,600 members of staff and generates €1.89 billion in annual group turnover (2012). With 27 production divisions in 11 countries, sales subsidiaries and representations in 74 countries and 120 sales offices around the world, Viessmann is international in its focus. 54 percent of the company's turnover is derived from export activities.