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condensation on the outside, keeping it dry.
At 35 inches high, the unit is ideal to display meat, seafood or beverages, offering easy access for customers, say company officials.
With a 48-inch by 40-inch footprint the display can be rolled on its
5-inch casters wherever it is needed, compnay officials add. It comes
with a colorful wrap of the customer’s choice with the customer’s logo.
Officials say with a base price of $995, it is the most economical merchandiser of its type on the market and will last for years.
ConTech Lighting has been offering high-perfor-mance and sustainable lighting solutions since the
company was founded in 1980. Its new SCPL High
Lumen Performance Pendant Series provides grocers a wide range of versatility for illuminating
products. Available in three wattages delivering
up to 18,000 lumens, the SCPL family can reduce
an overall project cost through custom optically
designed 16-inch and 22-inch shades.
According to officials at the Northbrook, Ill.-based company, this
lighting innovation delivers industry-leading distribution uniformity
and reduces the number of luminaires required. The SCPL family is
available in the full range of color temperatures and 83 or 90-plus CRI
to deliver superior color rendering ideal for the grocery channel, officials add. They are available in white, black and silver finishes, dimma-ble drivers, optional decorative legs, bottom lenses and battery backup
“We have been committed to providing the best fixture designs
and product engineering available,” says John Ranshaw, president of
Con Tech Lighting. “That’s why we are the lighting manufacturers that
designers trust to meet their high expectations.”
Corrigan Corp., based in Gurnee,
Ill., produces misting and humidity systems, offering nationwide
service and worldwide shipping.
Corrigan recently launched the
VaporDry large space humidification system, a solution for produce shrink, bread dough water
loss, meat processing, cheese aging and applications requiring precise
VaporDry controls humidity levels using a proprietary, patent pending design with close tolerance machined nozzle technology. Officials
say it produces the largest volume of dry fog from a single nozzle, with
two micron droplets that evaporate rapidly before wetting surfaces.
The system operates with low air and water pressures, so maintenance
costs are minimal, they add.