Kool Star, a division of the Standex Refrigeration Solutions Group is proud to announce some exciting new changes for 2012.
Kool Star is relocating panel manufacturing from Nogales Mexico to New Albany Mississippi. The new facility has state of the art metal fabrication resources and automated production presses for high quality rapid response to customer needs.
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Kool Star Announces Changes to Warranty, Parts and Technical Service
Kool Star is please to announce changes to streamline our Warranty, Parts and Technical Service process to assure you receive a prompt response to your inquiries.
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Kool Star Announces Warranty Central
Kool Star is pleased to announce that effective November 1, 2010 the ability of service providers to submit claims electronically using Warranty Central. This will reduce the time it takes to process warranty claims. Starting November 1, 2010, all warranty claims should be submitted through Warranty Central.
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Under Federal Law, New Construction and Design Requirements for walk-in coolers and freezers....

Signed into law December 19, 2007 includes requirements in SEC. 312. relating to walk-in coolers and walk-in freezers manufactured on or after January 1, 2009. Walk-in coolers and freezers are defined as an enclosed storage space refrigerated to temperatures, respectively, above, and at or below 32 degrees Fahrenheit that can be walked into, and has a total chilled storage area of less than 3,000 square feet. These requirements do not include products designed and marketed exclusively for medical, scientific, or research purposes.
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How can a supplier of Extruded Poly-Styrene claim compliance with the Federal Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007? Well… by using a “Fresh R-Value” for a material that is not used in manufacturing of walk-in panels at its “fresh” state, but in a pre-formed board of insulation material which drops well below federal standards within 180 days. If you review their literature, that is a drop from the fresh value of 8.1 to 5.7 at 180 days.

Kool Star’s poly-urethane foam is actually “grown” in the metal panels. With the foam being activated behind an impermeable metal skin there is no K-Factor drift and the foam retains its “fresh” value over the life of the panel.

Don’t be fooled by manipulation of data, get the facts and make the choice to fully comply with the intent of the law…

For more information from BASF, Kool Star’s urethane foam supplier

CHANGES IN CEC REQUIREMENTS confirmed April 7th 2009 by The California Energy Commission. A spokesman for the CEC has confirmed the adoption of Federal Standards for California, and has stated that “The California Energy Commission is working to publish amended regulations that reflect this change, and has unfortunately been delayed in doing so. This delay does not affect the effective dates of the federal regulations as they have already been adopted as federal law.” Based on this confirmation Kool Star no longer will require 5” panels be supplied in California, this will now be at the option of the customer.

R-22 REFRIGERANT PHASE OUT deadline is January 1, 2010. Kool Star will start the transition of our inventoried equipment July 1st, 2009 to R404a for all current R-22 evaporators and condensing units. Low temperature equipment will continue to use R404a refrigerant and will remain unchanged. If you have a preference of refrigerant, please specify it on your quotation request, otherwise our in-stock equipment will be used and our inventory replaced with R404a when replenished. R-22 will be available for the next several months on a special order basis. Lead times for R-22 will be 3-5 weeks depending on model.

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