Spanish manufacturer of commercial refrigeration Infricol has introduced a new dual-purpose blast chiller.The firm, which recently launched its first UK operation, said temperatures as low as -18ºC can be achieved in only four hours, or food can be reduced to 4C in less than two hours. If refrigerating, the equipment can take food heated to 70C down to 3C in less than 90 minutes, while preserving the food’s quality, aroma, colour, humidity and consistency, according to the firm.The blast chiller has HACCP built in, which allows operators to print reports to check the chiller has not fluctuated from the correct temperature, which can seriously compromise food safety. The hinges on the chiller doors feature an automatic return device, ensuring doors are never left open and temperatures quickly return to the correct range after they are shut.It also features a new ventilated condensation system which causes air to constantly circulate, avoiding a build-up of heat in the housing unit and maximising cooling.
Load remaining images Beloved saxophonist/producer GRiZ recently released a staggering new album Good Will Prevail, and is supporting it with one of his most extensive tours to date. The musician has redefined the funk genre for a new generation, blending elements of other-worldly electronic production with the crisp tones of his saxophone. With a number of special guests adding to the magic throughout the night, there’s no stopping the man at work!Last Friday, 10/7, GRiZ brought that funk to the Roseland Theater in Portland, OR, treating the Northwestern fans to a serious dance party rager! Fortunately, we can share a full gallery of images from the performance. Check them out below!Photography by Jordan Ingleewww.visualsuplex.comFB: /visualsuplexInstagram: @visualsuplex
New Delhi: Neymar limped out of a training session on Tuesday, sending warning bells in the Brazil camp as they prepare for their second FIFA World Cup 2018 game against Costa Rica on Friday“Neymar came out of training today with a painful right ankle,” said Vinicius Rodrigues, a spokesman for the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).He put the knockdown to the number of fouls Neymar received in Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don in Brazil’s opening Group E outing.Neymar had not taken part in training on Monday, as the side returned to their base in Sochi on Russia’s Black Sea coast.Rodrigues said the problem concerned the Paris Saint-Germain star’s ankle and not the foot he fractured in February, an injury that forced him to miss the rest of the club campaign.“As soon as he felt the pain he went to the physio. He will stay there for today and tomorrow (Wednesday) morning, and will train as normal tomorrow,” added Rodrigues.Brazil are then due to travel to Saint Petersburg, where they will play Friday’s game For all the Latest Sports News News, Fifa World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.