The coolers are designed to look good, be sustainable and save operators money.
Available in both single and double door models, and finished in a choice of black or high-gloss stainless steel, the units are designed to fit with an establishment's current décor.
The single door model utilises a 150 litre-capacity which is capable of holding up to 106 330ml bottles, whilst the double door model utilises a 225 litre-capacity, making it large enough to store up to 180 330ml bottles.
The units also feature front-facing vents and a controlled internal airflow giving them good cold air distribution.
The Lec EfficienC bottle cooler range has been approved as part of the Government-funded Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme (ECA) which allows businesses to claim 100 per cent first year capital allowances on investments in energy-saving technologies.
The products also deliver lower energy costs. It is estimated that buying three EfficienC units could save operators around £150 in comparison to the standard model.
For more information on acquiring products in the range of EfficienC bottle coolers contact the manufacturer.
Three EfficienC bottle coolers could, according to the manufacturer, save operators around £150.
If an establishment purchased three double-door coolers for around £1,950 they could save more in tax and running costs than if they had bought the manufacturer's standard models.
Why should you buy it?
Diane Ho, commercial brand manager for Glen Dimplex, said: "With business overheads and energy costs rising faster than previously seen, caterers are looking for simple but effective ways to reduce consumption. The new EfficienC range is able to do just that.
"ECA approval on the entire range provides caterers with a significant opportunity to claw back corporation tax, giving operators a potential average saving of £150 in just the first year alone. The use of R600a refrigerant also provides a greener, more environmentally friendly and effective cooling system which can save up to 45 per cent energy compared to other refrigerant types.
"Enhanced levels of insulation combined with self-closing doors, maximise efficiency, while forced air cooling, to aid faster temperature recovery, work together to ensure the EfficienC range is our greenest, most sustainable product range yet."