Turbo Coil Receives a "Kitchen Innovation Award' for 2016 for Revolutionizing the Industry with Its First R-290 Propane Driven Glycol Chef Base in the World

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Turbo Coil, a groundbreaking new refrigeration R290 Propane Driven Glycol Refrigeration Glycol Chef Base designed specifically for the restaurant industry, offers higher efficiency, less power consumption and the potential to save millions of dollars. And it won't hurt the "ozone."

The past few months have been exciting. We have landed some major accounts, and the industry recognition we have been receiving has been nothing short of overwhelming

Turbo Coil, a newly designed restaurant refrigeration R290 Propane Glycol Chef Base is the first OEM manufacturer in the USA to produce a R290 is revolutionizing and redefining the restaurant refrigeration industry in a big way. Developed by Hector Delgadillo, Turbo Coil combines substantial technological and construction advancements that ensure longer life, far superior performance and significant cost savings to the end user. The R290 Chef base was tested at PG & E/Food Technology Center in San Ramon, CA and at Southern California Edison in October of 2015 reports were off the charts on performance and energy savings. This new innovation is going to set the standard for all "Chef Bases" in the world. Turbo Coil's Glycol Chef Base won a 2016 Kitchen Innovation Award at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago IL.

We use Turbo Coil's on every product we produce, including out new R290 Glycol Chef Base. Turbo Coil has a 20 year Utility Patent, issued by the United States Patent Office.

According to Hector Delgadillo, CEO of Turbo Coil, "We have been servicing and installing refrigeration coils for years. They all have similar problems, resulting in more cost to the end user. We wanted to make a product that would 'blow the whistle' and restore buying power to the customer. We did just that."

Several key differences help set Turbo Coil apart from the competitors that have long dominated the industry. For instance, rather than aluminum, Turbo Coil utilizes high quality stainless steel for superior life in their refrigeration coils. In addition, it integrates a breakaway fan assembly that can be replaced with ease, as well as a removable/replaceable core. This is one of the most significant differentiating factors – most coils have to be replaced when the core fails, with a cost of more than $1,000 for replacement. The average lifespan for standard coils is about 5 years. However, the Turbo Coil can last for up to 15 years with minor maintenance.

Another feature that Delgadillo insisted on is that the coils be manufactured in America, and they are assembled right in Baldwin Park, CA. Each coil features a high efficiency blower motor designed to provide the utmost in heat recovery, and a multidirectional fan ensures cooling to any location where it is required.

The housing is manufactured from #304 #4 finish stainless steel to provide the utmost in resistance to age, debris, moisture and other corrosive factors that can combine to reduce coil life. Finally, the Turbo Coil features a streamlined, slim design that ensures it mates perfectly with any application.

Perhaps the most significant benefit of the Turbo Coil is the fact that it utilizes a digital thermostat. Turbo Coil is the only manufacturer in the industry utilizing digital thermostats. Other coils rely on outdated analog thermostats, which can be up to 5 degrees off in accuracy. Digital technology allows restaurant owners to enjoy lower utility bills without sacrificing performance.

The Turbo Coil design is set to stand the industry on its ear – the unique design and immense longevity combined with the ability to save users money in both the short and long term have made this coil a force to contend with on the market.

To find out more about the Turbo Coil or to place an order, visit the company at http://www.TurboCoil.com.

The company stands behind their goal of "quality you can trust."

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