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Black Box Fever Sweeps Brazil

Food safety technology Endocube to make huge impact in Brazil.

/ Brazil--September 02, 2011--Food safety & Energy Saving is mentioned everyday by politicians and government agencies throughout the world, from imported foods from China to recalls from major brands. And constant increases in utility costs.

Since the inception of refrigeration, monitoring has been based on air temperatures, but the only concern to owners, chefs and the EHO in the food service industry is food temperatures. But until now food safety has been to the detriment when applying energy saving technologies.

Two highly acclaimed British Inventors Harry Banham & Guy Lamstaes, who are listed in the top 50 people to save the planet, last year had their NEW Energy Center in the UK opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth 11 and HRH Prince Philip, where a number of their technologies being developed was presented to the Royal Couple.

"It is estimated that approximately 20% of the World's Energy is consumed by refrigeration," said Banham.

Banham, the inventor of the Endocube, a little black box containing a specially devised food wax, have now made it possible for the food service industry to keep food safe, and save Energy by controlling refrigeration on the food temperatures rather than fluctuating air temperatures. And with utility costs sky rocketing in South America. Endocube is going to make a massive impact to helping small businesses.

The Endocube is now being used widely throughout Europe from independent restaurants to major utility companies with rebate programs. The Endocube has been certified recently by HCAAP in Australia, but now that more government agencies are looking for alternative methods to save energy, the Endocube is set to sweep through South America.

" The benefits are not only food safety," said Banham, " but because the compressor doesn't start until the food actually needs it to, the reduction in unnecessary running time is often over 50%." The devise, which is NSF certified for the U.S market, will not only keep food at the required temperatures but will also save energy by as much as 30% or more in some cases, other benefits include the reduction of wear and tear on equipment which will also reduce the cost of maintenance and food spoilage from over cooling, as these benefits contribute to huge expenses added to the overheads of any food service business or organization.

The Endocube has been patented globally and the manufacturers have also introduced an information website for companies to see the benefits and calculate the energy savings.

Refrigeraotrsaver, the Sales & Marketing arm for Endocube, say South American countries will see huge benefits from installing Endocube, as the cost per KwH is sometime double that of many North American states.

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