Foodservice Equipment Reports

Cool As A Rule

Many facilities that utilize commercial equipment typically produce drain water in excess of 140˚F, which can cause problems with PVC pipes and other safety and environmental issues. The water must be cooled, or “tempered,” before entering drain lines. The patent-pending Cool Trough water tempering system is designed to activate the temperature sensor at 130˚F, cooling the water before it enters your drain lines. The operation of the Cool Trough requires no additional steps for the operator; hook a cold water line to the shutoff valve provided and protection for your drain lines is ensured.
Eagle Group

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