SALISBURY, N.C. — Food Lion here has observed a 2% to 3% reduction in energy consumption in a low-temperature secondary-loop refrigeration system, in comparison to the energy consumed by a standard DX refrigeration system, said Susan Sollenberger, Food Lion’s director of equipment purchasing, maintenance and energy. The secondary loop system, provided by Hill Phoenix, Conyers, Ga., is being tested at a Food Lion store in Montpelier, Va. The energy consumption of the system was measured for ...

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