Cospolich Develops Refrigerators With Extraordinary Capability

While working with the U.S.

Coast Guard and commercial vessel owners on the problem of replacing existing failed equipment, Cospolich Refrigerator Co. Inc. of Kenner, La., engineered and constructed a series of modular refrigerators. The design of these units, which are comprised of a series of interlocking components, allowed for equipment upgrades without having to cut accessways in decks and bulkheads, or modify passageways.

The advantages of modular units are a drastic reduction in vessel downtime and real cost savings through elimination of modifications.

The model R10F10-2M-ADS (Modular) comes standard with a stainless steel finish on both the exterior and the interior. Polyurethane insulation is used to give the best insulating values. Models with a freezer feature an automatic defrost system. Other options available include aluminum finish for weight savings or nonmagnetic considerations.

In addition to the modular refrigerators, Cospolich manufactures standard models comprised of different capacities and various capabilities.

For more information and specifications on the modular refrigeration series, and a brochure on other available equipment from Cospolich Refrigerator Co., Circle 62 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 86,  Nov 1988

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