After entering the cold-water market in 2019 with the successful launch of FRIIA, we are excited to announce the release of new FRIIA Fonts in cold only, cold/sparkling and hot/cold variants. In addition to this, the growing use of personal water bottles means that we have developed a higher font for the cold and cold/sparkling variants.
New Font Variants
Introducing the new FRIIA range, available September 2020.
- Cold only (two font heights = 247mm tap to tray & 305mm tap to tray)
- Cold/Sparkling (two font heights = 247mm tap to tray & 305mm tap to tray)
- Hot/Cold (one font heights = 247mm tap to tray)
The original FRIIA Hot/Cold/Sparkling and Hot/Cold/Sparkling Plus are also still available.
We are also introducing a FRIIA hands-free variant in Autumn 2020, to meet new safety and hygiene standards.
Credit: Mark Duggan
Why You Should Choose The Marco FRIIA Range
FRIIA meets the increasing demand for fresh, healthy beverage choice, particularly in transport hubs corporate spaces and retail. The compact, modular undercounter system incorporates a water chiller and, in the hot/cold variants, an award-winning MIX water boiler. The undercounter chiller incorporates aluminium block technology to chill incoming water by an average of 10˚ and the boiler contains a vacuum insulated tank to ensure temperature accuracy and energy-efficiency. FRIIA is also 23% more energy-efficient than leading competitors.
In February of this year, FRIIA won the ‘Energy Efficiency Innovation’ award in the ‘Light Catering Equipment’ category at Food & Bev Live 2020. The updated designs remain in keeping with Marco’s established position as a leader in design and space-saving innovations. The latest fonts still have a sleek, brushed metal finish and premium LED feature, whilst continuing to deliver the classic clean, uncluttered, minimal counter aesthetic. The hands-free variants will eliminate any hygiene concerns as it completely removes the single customer touch-point.
The latest FRIIA variants are ready to launch September 2020, with the Hands-Free variant following in the Autumn.
Credit: Artem Beliaikin