SavaControls are the only Patented fixed speed motor controllers specially designed to reduce the electrical consumption of refrigeration and air conditioning compressors
Savawatt controls have implemented a number of ways to help run alton towers more sustainably, with an energy awareness on refrigeration.
Any reduction in energy consumed reduces a buildings energy-related carbon emissions. Meaning a reduction in greenhouse gasses and an improvement to our health. Savawatt helps in fridge energy reduction and your carbonfootprint.
Powering away 24/7, your fridge & freezer work harder than any other appliance. Installing savawatt controls help them run as efficiently as possible. This saves you money and reduce your carbonfootprint at the same time.
Improve energy efficiency of your chillers and refrigeration systems with our Savawatt energy efficient controls. UK manufactured controls to make your fridge and freezer more energy-efficient. Only controls the compressor and maintaining temperatures consistently will keep your food cool and your energy bills down.
Energy saving technologies from SavaWatt help cut electric bills. Electricity costs have doubled for businesses over the last decade, pushing sustainability issues to the top of the agenda.
Savawatt patented energy saving technology offers a complete solution for drinks dispensing equipment. Our controls can be fitted to ice dispensers, cellar cooling equipment and bar fridges allowing customers to reduce costs
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