How High-Capacity Merchandisers Can Optimize Delivery Costs: 3 Considerations Before You Buy

What’s cold, holds a ton of ice (literally!), and will help optimize your delivery costs? Leer’s brand-new expanded lineup of High-Capacity Ice Merchandisers. These giants are the newest additions to our Ice Merchandiser line. In celebration of welcoming them to our “cool” family of iconic Ice Merchandisers, here’s three considerations before you buy your next box.

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Blow the Hot Air Out? How Refrigeration Works

When we hear “refrigeration,” we think “make things cold.” Actually, this is a common misconception. To keep things cold, it’s not about adding cold air. The law of thermodynamics makes that an impossibility. Rather, to keep your ice from becoming water and ice cream from becoming soup, we need to remove heat.

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Can My Ice Merchandiser Be Eco-Friendly? How Eco-Friendly Refrigeration Works

Leer started manufacturing Ice Merchandisers in 1952 and since then, we’ve offered three different refrigerants. Technology and global environmental awareness have enabled the introduction of a much-improved refrigerant. The newest is called “R290” and it’s the eco-friendly refrigerant of the future. It will be the fourth one we’ve used as a business and we happy to add such a superior refrigerant to our current offerings.

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Why Leer Transitioned to (HFC-Free) HFO Foam

Now meet HFOs, or Hydrofluoroolefins. With just 0.1% of the global-warming potential (GWP) of HFCs, a short atmospheric life, and zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP), HFOs are the way to go. They’re high performing and have little ecological impact.

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R290: Global Acceptance of the Refrigerant of the Future

While much of the United States is just beginning to make the transition to R290, it’s already been in use across Europe for over 20 years. In fact, R290 is in use in an estimated 2.5 million commercial units worldwide and in 2 billion household refrigerators and freezers...

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