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Refrigeration Energy Efficiency:

Supermarket refrigeration costs constitute more than 50% of the total electrical energy costs. Thermascreens nightblinds help save up to 40% of these energy costs and also the additional maintenance costs every time that a blind fails to function.

Energy Saving Calculator

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The results above are an approximate value based on several tests carried out within the industry. The value varies with several factors within your retail area. Please contact us for more information.

Electricity consumption in food retail stores

We help you achieve your carbon emission targets and at the same time help you contribute to a greener environment.

Food Retail Store TypeSales area*Average* Electrical energy consumption without nightblindsAverage electrical consumption with Thermascreens nightblinds
(per annum)(per annum)
Hypermarket5000 m2 to over 10,000 m2270 Kwh/m2162 KWh/m2
Superstores1400 m2 to 5000 m2460 KWh/m2276 KWh/m2
Supermarkets280 m2-1400 m2700 KWh/m2420 KWh/m2
Convenience stores & forecourtsless than 280 m21050 KWh/m2630 KWh/m2
Savings: approx 40% using Thermascreens night blinds. (Please note this value varies with the type of cabinet, location of the cabinet within the store and number of hours of nightblinds usage)

How can you save your energy costs and at the same time save maintenance costs to add more cost savings to your bottom line?

Our premium quality nightblinds with the longest warranty in the industry and better insulation is the solution.

Why not use the Energy Saving Calculator and see for yourself the annual cost saving on account of using Thermascreens nightblinds?

In order to estimate the additional maintenance cost that you can save in a year by using Thermascreens nightblinds, email

*Tassou, S.A. & Marriott, D. (2011) Energy consumption and conservation in food retailing. Applied Thermal Engineering. 31 (8), p 147-156. Available from: