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Gram Standard Plus covered by five year warranty



Having integrated the Gram Refrigeration range into its portfolio earlier this year, Hoshizaki is continuing to build on its values of quality and reliability by extending its 5-year parts and labour warranty across the Gram Standard Plus range.


The warranty package is backed by a nationwide network of trained, highly experienced Gram refrigeration engineers and provides operators with the reassurance that their refrigeration products can be relied upon for many years to come.

The Standard Plus range includes variations of its 610 litre upright meat/fish, fridge and freezer cabinets, which feature three removable shelves and are fitted with the natural hydrocarbon refrigerant R290, giving a low Global Warming Potential of 3. Food safety is enhanced thanks to a series of temperature and door open alarms, while an efficient, fan assisted air distribution system helps to generate rapid temperature recovery and consistent temperatures throughout the cabinet.

On the new five year warranty, Simon Frost, director of sales and chain accounts at Hoshizaki UK, comments: “As a company, we’re fully committed to ensuring all our equipment is of the very highest quality and that our aftersales service exceeds our customers’ expectations. This is why we have decided to roll out our five year warranty, which was previously available on our Gram Superior Plus, Bakery, Compact and Gastronorm counters and cabinets, to our Standard Plus range too. Demonstrating our trust in the units, we’re confident that when correctly operated, cleaned and maintained, the appliances in the Standard Plus series will perform to the very highest operational benchmarks and continued efficiencies for many years to come.”



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