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JCC cellar coolers installed on Scottish islands

A refrigeration business at the forefront of tackling jobs in remote parts of the UK has installed J & E Hall cellar coolers on island communities off the coast of Scotland. UK Cellar Cooling has been working at the Isle of Colonsay Brewery off the west coast of Scotland, the St Ola Hotel in Kirkwall, Orkney and on the mainland at The Loch Ness Brewery.

J & E Hall’s JCC Cellar Cooler Range provides low cost and reliable units designed to maintain the perfect temperature required for beer and wine cellars. The units allow pubs and clubs to keep their cellars at a constant 12°C – the optimum temperature for beer and lager. The units are also extremely quiet which is of key importance in the licensing trade

The JCC range of indoor units has brewery specification six fins per inch evaporation coils and a powder coated mild steel casing which makes them easy to clean. The units are fitted with a standard electronic controller across the range which allows room temperatures down to 4°C and also makes them suitable for extending the life of perishable foods such as fruit, flowers, dairy products and vegetables.

Rob Jenner of the Long Ness Brewery raises a pint to J & E Hall cellar coolers.

Rob Jenner of the Long Ness Brewery,

 

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