BRIDGETON, Mo. -- Recent tests conducted by the Irwindale, Calif.-based utility company Southern California Edison have shown the Hussmann Impact multi-deck meat display case operated at a savings of approximately 35% in system power as compared to the company's Classic model, which has been discontinued. approximately 40% and was less sensitive to store ambient conditions, according to a post-test report. The improved performance of the Impact model has been attributed to several factors, ...
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