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Standard equipment

Refrigerating unit

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    3rd climatic class
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    Agregat wewnętrzny zasilany napięciem 12 VDC, 24 VDC lub 230 VAC przystosowany do pracy z czynnikiem R-134A
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    Fan assisted cooling (dynamic)
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    Elektroniczny regulator temperatury z wyświetlaczem
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    Automatic condensate evaporation system


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    Steel, hinged door
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    Korpus malowany na kolor RAL 7004 szary sygnałowy ze wzornika RAPA
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    Kratka wentylacyjna otwierana bez użycia narzędzi
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    Podstawa szafy ze stali nierdzewnej w kształcie palety


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    Bottom of the storage chamber made of "mirror" stainless steel
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    Podest zapewniający prawidłową cyrkulację powietrza
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Additional equipment

Refrigerating unit

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    Cataphoretic coating of the evaporator


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    Sound alarm of open door
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    Cargo 500 Cargo 1000
klasa klimatyczna   3
zakres temperatur   - -1°C ÷ +4°C
  - +4°C ÷ +7°C
czynnik chłodniczy (HFC)   R-134A
napięcie znamionowe   230 V~ / 50 Hz; 24 VDC; 12 VDC
moc znamionowa   180 W
zuzycie energii -1°C ÷ +4°C - 2,4 kWh/24h
+4°C ÷ +7°C - 2,0 kWh/24h
odszranianie   automatyczne
odparowanie skroplin   automatyczne
model Cargo 500 Cargo 1000
szerokość szafy [mm] 780 780
głębokość szafy [mm] 1190 1190
wysokość szafy [mm] 1340 2000
szerokość wnętrza szafy [mm] 680 680
głębokość wnętrza szafy [mm] 990 990
wysokość wnętrza szafy [mm] 750 1410
pojemność użytkowa szafy [l] 500 950

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Service vademecum #2 - replacement of the temperature controller

May 14, 2020 00:00

Welcome to the next service handbook. In today's installment, we will replace the temperature controller. The exchange is relatively simple but it is worth emphasizing that it should be carried out by a person with electrical qualifications. We have prepared the guide in the form of a short step-by-step description and video material.

Replacing the temperature controller

krok 1

Turn off the device

Before replacing the temperature controller, turn off the device using the main switch. Then turn off the device from the power supply.

Disassemble the temperature controller

With a flat, small screwdriver, we gently pry up the housing frame. Then unscrew the screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Gently remove the controller.

krok 2
krok 3

Disconnect the temperature controller

Before replacing the controller, it is worth taking a photo of it, which will help us connect the cubes in the correct order. After taking the picture, we can detach the cubes from the controller.

We plug in a new temperature controller

In the new controller, we connect the cubes in the correct order. Let's make sure they snap properly. After this action, the controller is inserted into the mounting hole and tightened again gently by making a few turns with a Phillips screwdriver. Then we put on the protective frame. The device can be switched back to the power supply and turned on by the main switch.

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See the video guide


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May 14, 2020 00:00
Dear Sirs,

Service vade mecum #1

April 28, 2020 00:00

Welcome to the service vade mecum. We are starting a thematic cycle in which we will focus on the most important service and maintenance works that will be useful to both professional service technicians and owners of refrigeration equipment. A little "basics" to get you started.


What is worth remembering?


Cleaning the condenser

First of all, remember to clean the condenser regularly. With a clean condenser, we avoid compressor breakdowns, prevent excessive energy consumption,
and ensure adequate cooling capacity.

A large amount of ice accumulates on the evaporator

Perform the following actions:

  1. take out the goods,
  2. carry out the defrosting process by turning the device off until the ice melts,
  3. pay attention to the condition of condensate in the container to prevent water from spilling onto the floor,
  4. turn the device on again.
oszroniony parownik
błąd E1

E1 message on the display

Perform the following actions:

  1. defrost the device if possible by manually switching off the unit for 30-40 minutes.
  2. repeat activity 2-3 times a day.



Cleaning condensers in upright refrigerated cabinets
with top and bottom mounted unit