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The revolution continues: COOL-FIT 4.0 for maximum performance and safety in industrial refrigeration

05 December 2018

When GF Piping Systems introduced the revolutionary COOL-FIT system, it completely changed the way refrigeration applications are planned, installed and operated.

COOL-FIT 4.0 continues the revolution spectacularly: A technological leap for users with the highest demands for production and process safety and maintenance of high quality food storage facilities.

COOL-FIT 4.0 helps you work with maximum efficiency while simultaneously reducing your maintenance and operating costs.

COOL-FIT 4.0 is a complete system made of factory pre-insulated pipelines, fittings, valves and hoses for secondary cooling with brine, glycol and ethanol as well as water in the range of – 50°C to 60°C.

“COOL-FIT 4.0 brings the unique advantages of our pre-insulated systems to users with the most demanding cooling and freezing applications,” says Mark Bulmer, Global Segment Manager Cooling at GF Piping Systems.

“These include companies in food and beverage production, such as fruit and vegetable processors, slaughterhouses, breweries and supermarkets.”

COOL-FIT 4.0 shares the advantages of all COOL-FIT products compared to metal systems: 100% maintenance-free, as plastics are permanently corrosion-free: The media pipe, insulation and shell of COOL-FIT are made of high-quality plastics and so are corrosion and maintenance-free throughout the system’s entire operating life.

This reduces expensive interruptions of operation and lowers maintenance costs and personnel requirements.

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