J & E Hall Fusion Scroll Commercial Condensing Units for medium temperature applications are now recognised by the Government’s Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme. This means that customers buying and installing energy-efficient Fusion Scroll units are eligible to claim back any tax paid on the units and the installation in the first year – instead of over ten years. ECA recognition also means that customers can receive financial help from the Carbon Trust – borrowing money at a zero per cent interest rate.
J & E Hall UK Sales Manager for Commercial Products Paul McDermott said: “This is good news for J & E Hall and its customers. Our Fusion Scroll range is popular in the convenience store market and ECA recognition will save money for independent shopkeepers and store owners thinking of buying commercial condensing units. They will be eligible to claim back any tax paid in the first year and enjoy the assistance of an interest free-loan from the Carbon Trust. This makes a significant difference.
“Our engineers have been working hard to make the scroll units as energy efficient and user friendly as possible. Nine months testing has gone into ensuring that the range meets the strict guidelines laid down by the ECA scheme. To be included on the ECA’s Energy Technology Product List is a real feather in the cap for us.”
The Fusion Scroll range is ideal for convenience stores and petrol forecourt operations. Halls’ CCU Product Manager Andy Wells says: “The Fusion Scroll range is all you would expect from J & E Hall in terms of reliability, ease of use, installation and servicing. At J & E Hall we look at the requirements of the customer and the engineer and strive for continuous improvement.”