Big Foot Systems’ Lock ’n’ Load frame has been nominated in the ACR Ancillary Product of the Year category at the National ACR & Heat Pump Awards.
The non-penetrative, freestanding frame has been designed to support mini split outdoor air conditioning (AC) units on both flat rooftop or ground mounted applications and takes just 15 minutes to set-up due to its simply push and lock system.
The pre-fabricated frame can be assembled with one tool and can be used in a tower/double stack configuration for restricted spaces. The lightweight frame also allows vertical adjustment to ensure a level finish for unit mounting.
Available in three height options and extension kits, the Lock ’n’ Load frame features a drop on cross bar which can be moved with the unit in situ before securing in place, allowing for limitless cross bar adjustments along the end bar.
It utilises Big Foot feet to allow it to bear up to 150kg and is manufactured using hot dip galvanised metal work with a 10-year guarantee.
The Lock ’n’ Load frame will be up for the ACR Ancillary Product of the Year at the National ACR & Heat Pump Awards 2017 on 26th January 2017 at the Town Hall in central Birmingham.
Now celebrating its fifth year, the awards celebrate and promote the innovations, achievements and excellence of teams, organisations and individuals within the air conditioning, refrigeration and heat pump industry.
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