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May 12, 2009


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Karen Fitt

As you've probably gathered, the word "green" was used as a short-cut to convey the environmentally-friendly aspects of the system:
The system starts up instantly (no excess energy used to warm up - no waiting time either),
It uses half the energy of comparable systems,
It makes no noise when idling,
It requires no ventilation to keep it cool,
Virtually no ozone emissions are produced thanks to a catalytic convertor system.
All of this, plus its compact size, makes the system well suited for businesses with limited space.


Ralph's post was done tongue in cheek.

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