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DANISH STYLE
DANISH QUALITY

Dare to be different with a refrigerator or freezer imported and distributed exclusively by Independent Power (NZ) Ltd for over 20 years. Offering excellent performance and functionality, many of the GRAM and ELCOLD units also qualify for the prestigious Blue Energy Star® making them some of the most energy efficient refrigeration products available in the marketplace today.

        

 





Contemporary Look
Contemporary Features
Superior Energy Efficiency





Classic Look
Contemporary Features
Superior Energy Efficiency

 





4 STAR Energy Rating
Rugged and Reliable
Lockable and Secure

 

NEW MODELS COMING SOON!

We have several new models currently undergoing energy testing.
Pigeon Pair Fridge and Freezer options
1850H x 595W x 650D
BETTER ENERGY EFFICIENCY
CLASSIC STYLING

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Did you know that when we receive a container full of Gram or Elcold refrigeration products, we unpack each one individually and fully check them over.   We plug them in and check that they are working correctly, and do a visual inspection of both the inside and outside to make sure that all shelves and accessories are correct and in perfect condition, and that there are no marks or scratches on the outside of the cabinets.   Once this check has been carried out, the unit is repacked and placed into our store.

When we receive an order for a unit, we add additional packaging and shipping instructions in order to ensure that it arrives at your door in excellent condition.  We take pride in the efforts we make for you and offer full after sales support if required.

 
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NOTE:     ALL GRAM and ELCOLD REFRIGERATION UNITS MUST BE POWERED BY EITHER  MAINS POWER OR BY USING A PURE SINEWAVE INVERTER.    THE USE OF A MODIFIED SINEWAVE OR SQUAREWAVE INVERTER WILL VOID ANY WARRANTY CLAIMS AND MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE UNIT.

 
 
 
 

Site last updated 18th July 2016

 
 
 
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