The latest installations by Costan

The latest installations by Costan



Bennet has once again conformed its trust in Epta by choosing Costan-branded solutions for the relaunch of its point of sale in Lecco, in the heart of the district made famous by Manzoni. This partnership allowed the best possible display to be created for fresh and frozen food areas by using attractive units with excellent light levels and neutral colours: minimalist cabinets with a high level of visibility, attracting the consumer’s attention to new items and promotions.

The restyling, which took place with the store open for business, essentially involved the installation of solutions from the Rev UP Family GranVista, Elephant UP and Rossini Design ranges and the new Chorus promotional units.

The impeccable presentation of packaged fresh and frozen foods is guaranteed by the vertical GranVista positive-temperature units and Elephant UP negative-temperature units, with special configurations including a panoramic upright to improve the visibility of the foodstuffs. The traditional Rossini Design draws attention to the gourmet references in the Gastronomy, Bakery & Pastry areas, while the “Ultra” version, specifically for preserving and displaying meat, enhances the appeal of the cuts and preparations in the Butchery area. Furthermore, to encourage the purchase of products on special offer, Epta has introduced the Costan-branded Chorus promotional islands in a panoramic version: compact plug-in units that stand out for their modern and minimalist design, characterized by extensive glass surfaces and an LED lighting system.

Finally, the Delicatessen area is enhanced by a Misa glass cell, equipped with the exclusive Epta Food Defence silver-ion antibacterial treatment system, guaranteeing the peak freshness and quality of product on display.

The installation is completed by a transcritical CO2 system that allows the refrigeration system to be integrated into the building scheme to reuse heat emitted by the cabinets, reducing energy consumption and the system’s TEWI (Total Equivalent Warming Impact) index, when compared with equivalent traditional solutions using HFC refrigerant gases.