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Balluff Delivers More Intrinsically Safe Sensors from a Single Source

FLORENCE, Ky (PRWEB) February 14, 2020
Balluff’s newly expanded inductive portfolio delivers a wide range of intrinsically safe sensors for use in explosion protected areas. Each sensor is approved for all explosive zones and offers reliable detection and position measurement when hazardous materials, such as explosive gas, dust, or flammable liquids, are present.
Designed specifically to meet the demands of applications in hazardous atmospheres, each sensor works on such a low current and voltage that it cannot ignite flammable material present in explosive zones. The sensors, combined with Balluff isolating amplifiers, form an intrinsically safe unit. Compact versions are also available that do not require an additional amplifier while still providing the necessary safety.
“This portfolio offers reliable detection and position in explosion protected areas, which is necessary for manufacturers of oil or gas, or any applications where there is fuel or chemicals. With these new products, we can better serve our customers as they allow us to tackle applications that we couldn’t previously,” said After-Sales Technical Support Engineer Shawn Day.
Most important features:
    Approved for ATEX zones 0, 1, and 2, and zones 20, 21, and 22
    Wide range of intrinsically safe sensors from a single source
    M12, M18, and M30 form factors
    Fast installation and replacement using standardized connections
Learn more at: http://www.balluff.com
About Balluff Inc.Balluff Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of Balluff GmbH, Neuhausen, Germany. Balluff is a leading supplier of networked IO-Link control system architectures that unlock the potential of the IIoT and Industry 4.0. Balluff offers a wide range of intelligent IO-Link and industrial Ethernet sensors in a variety of technologies including inductive, photoelectric, capacitive, and magnetic as well as magnetostrictive linear position sensors, magnetic tape linear encoders, industrial RFID systems, and industrial vision systems. Balluff provides cost-saving, process-enhancing solutions to machine builders and manufacturers to control, regulate, automate, assemble, position, and monitor manufacturing, assembly, and packaging sequences. Industries served include: automotive, packaging, food processing, beverages, tire, primary metals, conventional and alternative energy, semiconductor, plastics, and fluid power.

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Oakland Zoo Takes Stand Against Single-Use Plastics with Big Changes in Zoo Operations

Dr. Parrott, CEO/President of Oakland Zoo, Saying #NoToPlastic while visiting TriCED Recycling Facility in Union Cit

OAKLAND, Calif. (PRWEB) February 14, 2020
Oakland Zoo — Conservation Society of California is Taking Action for Wildlife by amending its own use and retail sales of single-use plastics, as global plastics pollution increases its threat to wildlife and the environment. The Zoo launches its #NoToPlastic public awareness campaign on Thursday, coinciding with changes in Zoo operations in eliminating many single-use plastics onsite, and with the goal of becoming nearly 100% plastic-free in the future.
Led by President and CEO, Dr. Joel Parrott, plans for the zoo-wide effort to phase out as much plastic use as possible was set in motion a year ago, as statistics of global issue demonstrated the urgency for change. He notes a ‘defining moment’ during a business trip to Taiwan in late 2018, where a museum displayed a necropsy video of veterinarians pulling what seemed like an endless stream of plastic bags and other plastic trash out of a killer whale’s stomach.
“Plastic trash is everywhere, along our highways, in our creeks, and filling the ocean; posing a direct threat to animals globally. I’m proud to be one of the first Zoos in the U.S. to step forward and advocate for the elimination of plastics in our environment,” said Dr. Parrott, President & CEO, Oakland Zoo—Conservation Society of California.
It has been over a decade since the Zoo banned plastic straws, utensils, and cup lids, but stronger action was needed. The single-use plastic audit began with many negotiations with multiple Zoo vendors in providing and/or sourcing alternatives to plastic, starting with the nearly 100,000 plastic-bottled beverages sold at the Zoo every year. The process took nearly a year, but progress was made. The Dasani water now sold at Zoo restaurants had never been offered in an aluminum can, and was newly engineered to be available at Oakland Zoo, along with an assortment of all canned-only beverages.
Popcorn went from a plastic bag container to a paper-based box, cotton-candy is discontinued until a sustainable container is sourced, and single-use plastic packaging was reduced by 60% in the Zoo’s gift shop. A new retail section devoted to sustainability includes household items stasher bags, metal straws, bees wrap, and more. These changes have influenced some other AZA (Association of Zoos and Aquariums) zoos to evaluate their own facilities in single-use plastics.
Single-use plastic has also been eliminated from many from daily internal operations. From the Animal Care department to Administration, the audit instituted changes in animal food containment, phasing out trash bags, and upgraded waste sorting systems.
As part of the public campaign to inspire others to reduce their use of plastics, on February 13 the Zoo will unveil Washed Ashore “Art to Save the Sea” plastic-trash sculptures in Flamingo Plaza. Sponsored in part by Recology, a 100% employee-owned resource recovery company based in San Francisco, this new display provides the opportunity to tell the story about the direct impact humans have on the environment, and what people can do to make a positive difference. Washed Ashore, larger-than-life animal sculptures constructed from plastic trash washed onto Oregon beaches, uses the power of art to spark change in consumer habits.
Zoo partner, Recology, is working alongside global NGOs to put a California statewide initiative on the November 2020 ballot. The California Plastic Pollution Reduction Act of 2020 seeks to fund environmental restoration in areas that have been impacted by plastic pollution and provide funding for domestic recycling infrastructure. The measure would involve a reduction of plastic packaging entering the state of California and require single-use plastic packaging to be recyclable or compostable by 2030. The campaign is currently collecting signatures for the ballot initiative.
Every weekend, guests can visit the #NoToPlastic action booth in Flamingo Plaza to learn how to become more plastic-free in their daily lives, along with the opportunity to sign an anti- plastics pledge. This pledge asks guests to eliminate a form of single-use plastic in their lives, like straws, bottles, cups, or bags.
Along with the launch of the sculptures and onsite educational booths, the Zoo hosts monthly creek clean-ups, and February 15 marks the start of new monthly offsite #NoToPlastic clean-ups in local waterways and beaches throughout Alameda County, beginning with the Jack London Aquatic Center. Staff and the public will work in the local bay-destined waterways to remove the trash, including the ever-abundant plastics that harm wildlife.
Single-Use Plastic Facts:
More than 70 million tons of single-use plastics are produced every year
Only 9% of what is put in a recycling bin, actually ends up being recycled. The rest ends up in landfills, the ocean, or simply dumped – and will take about 1,000 years to decompose
With 8 million tons of plastic finding its way into our oceans annually, there will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050
100,000 marine mammals die each year from consuming or becoming ensnared in plastic
Animals on land are being equally affected by plastic. Littered plastic bags, fishing wire and bottles commonly trap and entangle wildlife – 1 million sea birds are killed each year from plastic pollution
Contact:
Erin HarrisonOakland Zooeharrison@oaklandzoo.orgOffice: 510-746-7120Cell: 415-601-1619
Isabella LinaresOakland Zooilinares@oaklandzoo.orgOffice: 510-632-9525 ext. 239Cell: 650 – 776 -9589
ABOUT OAKLAND ZOO AND THE CONSERVATION SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA:Oakland Zoo, home to more than 750 native and exotic animals, is managed by the Conservation Society of California (CSC); a non-profit organization leading an informed and inspired community to take action for wildlife locally and globally. With over 25 conservation partners and projects worldwide, the CSC is committed to conservation-based education and saving species and their habitats in the wild. Oakland Zoo is dedicated to the humane treatment of animals and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), the national organization that sets the highest standards for animal welfare for zoos and aquariums.
ABOUT WASHED ASHORE:Washed Ashore is a non-profit 501c (3).Our mission is to build and exhibit aesthetically powerful art to educate a global audience about plastic pollution in the ocean and waterways and to spark positive changes in consumer habits. The Washed Ashore staff has worked with over 14,000 volunteers in the last 10 years and processed over 26 tons of garbage from the beach into over 80 works of educational art. Washed Ashore has four traveling exhibits that tour the county and Canada to reach millions of people yearly with the message that their every action counts and we can all make better choices to reduce plastic pollution and help our planet.
ABOUT RECOLOGY:Recology is a 100% employee-owned integrated resource recovery company that provides environmental services – including recycling, compost, and garbage collection and processing to more than 140 communities in California, Oregon and Washington. The Recology mission represents a fundamental shift from traditional waste management to resource recovery. Our vision is to create a world without waste by developing and discovering sustainable resource recovery practices.

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Broward County Existing Single-Family Home Sales Rise in 2019

Broward County single-family home sales and median prices for all properties increased year-over-year in 2019, according to the MIAMI Association of Realtors (MIAMI) and the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system.(PRWeb February 13, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/broward_county_existing_single_family_home_sales_rise_in_2019/prweb16909251.htm

Miami Single-Family Homes Post Third Biggest Sales Year in History; Total Home Sales Finish with Fifth-Most Annual Sales

MIAMI Chairman of the Board Jorge L. Guerra Jr.

“Miami real estate posted another robust year of sales”

MIAMI (PRWEB) February 12, 2020
Miami-Dade County recorded the third-most annual single-family home sales in history and total existing home sales finished fifth all-time in 2019, according to the MIAMI Association of Realtors (MIAMI) and the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system.
Miami registered 13,322 single-family home sales in 2019, a 3% year-over-year increase from 2018. Only 2015 (13,898 transactions) and 2014 (13,508) had more annual Miami single-family home sales. MIAMI and the MLS have been tracking county sales since 1994.
“Miami real estate posted another robust year of sales,” MIAMI Chairman of the Board Jorge L. Guerra Jr. said. “The $300,000 to $600,000 price range continues to be the strongest driver in the single-family homes market with a 14.7 % increase in 2019 mid-market transactions year-over-year. Low mortgage rates and the new tax law impacting tax-burdened states continues to benefit Miami real estate.”
Total Home Sales Finish with Fifth-Most Annual SalesMiami-Dade County finished with the fifth-most annual total home sales in 2019. Miami had 27,436 total home sales in 2019, a year-over-year increase of 2.4% from 2018.
Only 2013 (30,032 transactions), 2014 (29,845), 2015 (29,795) and 2012 (27,846) had more annual Miami total home sales.
Existing Condominiums Post Sixth-Best Sales YearMiami existing condominiums posted the sixth-best sales year in history despite competing with Miami’s multi-billion-dollar new condo construction market. A total of 14,114 Miami existing condominiums were sold in 2019, a 1.8% increase from 13,864 in 2018.
Miami real estate’s top sales years for existing condos: 2013: 17,120; 2012: 16,383; 2014: 16,337; 2011: 16,187 and 2015: 15,897.
The lack of access to mortgage loans continues to impact existing condominium sales. Of the 9,307 condominium buildings in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, only 12 are approved for Federal Housing Administration loans, down from 29 last year, according to statistics from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and FHA.
Mid-Market and Luxury Sales Post Gains in 2019The $300,000 to $600,000 proved to be the most popular price point for Miami single-family homes in 2019. The price sector posted a 14.7% increase in sales year-over-year, increasing from 6,303 sales in 2018 to 7,231 in 2019.
The luxury segment ($1 million and up) also proved to be a strong sector for single-family homes. Miami luxury home sales increased 0.7% in 2019, increasing to 1,025.
There is strong pent-up demand for Miami luxury single-family homes. Luxury sellers are becoming more realistic with their asking prices. Federal tax reform is having an impact as more Northeastern buyers are opting to purchase in Miami to escape the higher taxes they could face in states like New York and New Jersey.
Federal tax reform, which was signed into law Dec. 22, 2017, sets a deductions cap for income, sales and property taxes at $10,000. The new cap is leading more residents of states with high property values and state income tax to purchase properties in states such as Florida, which has no state income tax and a pro-business tax structure.
Miami Median Prices, Dollar Volume Rise in 2019Miami existing single-family homes finished 2019 with a median sales price of $365,000, up 4.3% from $350,000 the previous year. The Miami median price for existing condominiums in 2019 was $245,000, an increase of 4.3 % from $235,000 in 2018.
Single-family home dollar volume increased 5.6% year-over-year, from $6.9 billion to $7.3 billion. Condo dollar volume increased 0.7%, from $5.5 billion to $5.6 billion.
Hottest Miami-Dade Neighborhoods at Year-End 2019Months’ supply of inventory, which is an important indicator of consumer demand and market performance, reflects limited supply in many neighborhoods and price ranges. As a result, lack of supply is also impacting property sales, particularly for single-family homes.
Top Miami neighborhoods with the lowest months of supply of inventory with significant closed sales activity at year-end 2019:
Single-Family Homes1. Palmetto Estates, a south Miami-Dade community west of Palmetto Bay, had 2.1 months supply2. Westwood Lakes, a south Miami-Dade community west of South Miami, had 2.3 months supply3. Hialeah Gardens, a north Miami-Dade community west of Hialeah, had a 2.5 months supply4. Kendall West, a south Miami-Dade community west of Kendale Lakes, had 2.5 months supply5. Cutler Bay, a south Miami-Dade city south of Palmetto Bay, had 3.0 months supply
Condominiums1. The Crossings, a south Miami-Dade community west of Kendall, had 2.1 months supply2. Kendale Lakes, a south Miami-Dade community located north of The Crossings, had 2.3 months supply3. Tamiami, a central Miami-Dade community west of Westchester, had 2.4 months supply4. Cutler Bay, a south Miami-Dade city south of Palmetto Bay, had 2.6 months supply5. Country Club, a north Miami-Dade community north of Miami Lakes, had 2.6 months supply
Miami Real Estate Selling Close to List PriceThe average percent of original list price received for single-family homes in 2019 was 95.4%, a decrease of 0.2% from a year earlier. The median number of days to contract for Miami single-family homes increased 21.7% to 56 days in 2019 from 46 days in 2018.
The median number of days to contract for condominiums sold in 2019 was 77 days, a decrease of 2.7% from 75 days. The average % of original list price received was 93.6 %, a 0.1 % year-over-year decrease.
State Year-End StatisticsStatewide closed sales of existing single-family homes totaled 294,120 at the end of 2019, up 5.9% compared to the 2018 figure, according to Florida Realtors. The statewide median sales price for single-family existing homes at year’s end was $264,000, up 3.7% from the previous year.
Looking at Florida’s year-to-year comparison for sales of condo-townhouses, a total of 115,659 units sold statewide in 2019, down slightly (0.8%) from 2018. The statewide median price for condo-townhouse properties at the end of the year was $192,000, up 3.8% from year-end 2018.
The interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.94% for 2019, down significantly from the previous year’s average of 4.54%, according to Freddie Mac.
Miami’s Cash Buyers Represent Nearly Double the National FigureIn 2019, cash deals represented 34.3% of Miami’s total closed sales, which is a decrease from 37.7 % in 2018. About 20% of all U.S. housing sales are made in cash, according to NAR. Miami’s high percentage of cash sales reflects South Florida’s ability to attract a diverse number of international home buyers, who tend to purchase properties in all cash.
Condominiums comprise a large portion of Miami’s cash purchases as 47.5% of condo closings were made in cash in 2019 compared to 20.2% of single-family home sales.
Distressed Property Transactions Continue to Decline in MiamiAbout 6.2 % of all closed residential sales in Miami were distressed in 2019, including REO (bank-owned properties) and short sales, compared to 6.7% in 2018.
Short sales and REOs accounted for 1.2% and 4.9%, respectively, of total Miami sales in 2019. Short sale transactions dropped 12.8% year-over-year while REOs decreased 4.2%. A decline in short sales points to more homeowners with increased equity, which should result in increased market activity.
Seller’s Market for Miami Single-Family Homes, Buyer’s Market for CondosInventory of single-family homes decreased 10% in 2019 from 6,877 active listings in 2018 to 6,190 in 2019. Condominium inventory decreased 7.6% to 14,662 in 2019 from 15,871 listings in 2018.
At the end of 2019, inventory for Miami single-family homes stood at a 5.6-month supply, a 12.5% decrease from 6.4 months in the previous year. Inventory for Miami existing condominiums at the end of 2019 stood at 12.5 months, which is down 8.8% from 13.7 months. A balanced market between buyers and sellers offers between six and nine months supply of inventory.
Total active listings at the end of 2019 increased 8.3% year-over-year, from 22,748 to 20,852. Active listings remain about 60% below 2008 levels when sales bottomed.
New listings of Miami single-family homes at year-end 2019 decreased 5.3% from 21,238 to 20,110. New listings of condominiums decreased 7.5%, from 28,367 to 26,241.
4Q 2019: Miami Single-Family Home, Condo Sales RiseMiami closed sales of existing single-family homes totaled 3,292 in the fourth quarter of 2019, up 6.8% compared to the previous year. Miami existing condo sales totaled 3,520 in 4Q 2019, up 5.6 % year-over-year.
Statewide closed sales of existing single-family homes totaled 70,839 in the fourth quarter of 2019, up 11.6% compared to the year-ago figure, according to Florida Realtors. Looking at Florida’s year-to-year comparison for sales of condo-townhouses, a total of 26,932 units sold statewide in 4Q 2019, up 3.3% compared to the same period a year earlier.
Median sale prices for Miami single-family homes increased 4.2%, from $355,000 to $370,000, in 4Q 2019. Condo median prices increased 4.9% from $230,500 to $245,000.
The statewide median sales price for existing single-family homes for 4Q 2019 was $265,900, up 4.3% from 4Q 2018. New pending sales for existing single-family homes for the quarter rose 13.2% compared to a year ago while pending inventory was up 8.7% from 4Q 2018. The statewide median price for condo-townhouse properties for the quarter was $195,000, up 5.9% over the previous year. New pending sales for condo-townhouses for 4Q 2019 increased 6.8% compared to a year ago while pending inventory was up 4% from the same quarter the previous year.
The national median existing single-family home price in the fourth quarter was $274,900, up 6.6% from the fourth quarter of 2018 ($258,000).
New listings of Miami single-family homes for sale in 4Q 2019 decreased 6.4% compared to the same quarter the previous year, from 4,765 to 4,461. New listings for existing condos in 4Q 2019 decreased 10.3% from 6,644 to 5,960.
To access Year-end 2019, 4Q 2019 and Local Residential Market Metrics Year-end 2019 Miami-Dade Statistical Reports, visit http://www.miamirealtors.com/news/south-florida-market-intelligence
Note: Statistics in this news release may vary depending on reporting dates. MIAMI reports exact statistics directly from its MLS system
About the MIAMI Association of RealtorsThe MIAMI Association of Realtors was chartered by the National Association of Realtors in 1920 and is celebrating 100 years of service to Realtors, the buying and selling public, and the communities in South Florida. Comprised of six organizations, the Residential Association, the Realtors Commercial Alliance, the Broward-MIAMI Association of Realtors, the Jupiter Tequesta Hobe Sound (JTHS-MIAMI) Council, the Young Professionals Network (YPN) Council and the award-winning International Council, it represents 52,000 total real estate professionals in all aspects of real estate sales, marketing, and brokerage. It is the largest local Realtor association in the U.S. and has official partnerships with 222 international organizations worldwide. MIAMI’s official website is http://www.MiamiRealtors.com

New Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler Stores Wine in Color

Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone wine cooler in white finish shown with Amber (top), BioBlu™ (middle), Heliotrope (bottom) Backlit® panel interior lighting.

Vinotemp’s new 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler offers our unique backlit interior lighting and label-forward wine racks all while making functional wine storage even more colorful. – India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp

HENDERSON, Nev. (PRWEB) February 11, 2020
Vinotemp®, the leading wine storage solutions and appliance provider, today announced the launch of the 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler. Available in three finishes – white, black, and stainless steel – and featuring Vinotemp’s patented Backlit® panel interior lighting along with label-forward VinBoTM Wine Racks, the new cooler is a colorful, functional wine storage solution for the kitchen or any room of the home.
“We’ve had a great response to our unique backlit interior lighting and label-forward wine rack features,” states India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp. “We wanted to deliver these popular features in another wine storage option and the new 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler does just that while making functional wine storage even more colorful.”
In addition to white, black and stainless steel door finish options – with left and right hinge options – the Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler also offers:
Patented Backlit panel interior lighting.
The cooler is equipped with three visually stunning LED options – Heliotrope, Amber and Vinotemp BioBlu™ – which can be custom selected at any given time.
Customizable temperature control.
An adjustable 26-degree temperature range (39-65°F) allows users to select a proper, customized storage climate and serving temperature for light or dark wines.
Patent pending wine racking.
Six pull-out, label-forward VinBo Wine Racks (along with a bulk storage area at the bottom of the cooler) make it simple to stylishly store up to 41 bottles of wine.
Easy installation.
Front vented and designed for built-in or freestanding installation, the new cooler makes it simple for wine connoisseurs to add proper undercounter wine storage anywhere in the home.
To learn more about Vinotemp’s newest wine storage option, the 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler, and other wine storage solutions, visit vinotemp.com.
About Vinotemp®Since 1985 close attention to market demand and non-standard ideas have made Vinotemp® the leading provider of diversified wine storage solutions utilized worldwide residentially and by renowned resorts, restaurants, hotels, and the yachting industry. In 2019 Vinotemp expanded its product offering to include residential kitchen appliances. Find more information about Vinotemp by calling 800-777-VINO (8466) or visiting vinotemp.com.Find Vinotemp on Facebook.com/Vinotemp, Instagram @Vinotemp, and Twitter @Vinotemp.

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New Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler Stores Wine in Color

Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone wine cooler in white finish shown with Amber (top), BioBlu™ (middle), Heliotrope (bottom) Backlit® panel interior lighting.

Vinotemp’s new 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler offers our unique backlit interior lighting and label-forward wine racks all while making functional wine storage even more colorful. – India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp

HENDERSON, Nev. (PRWEB) February 11, 2020
Vinotemp®, the leading wine storage solutions and appliance provider, today announced the launch of the 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler. Available in three finishes – white, black, and stainless steel – and featuring Vinotemp’s patented Backlit® panel interior lighting along with label-forward VinBoTM Wine Racks, the new cooler is a colorful, functional wine storage solution for the kitchen or any room of the home.
“We’ve had a great response to our unique backlit interior lighting and label-forward wine rack features,” states India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp. “We wanted to deliver these popular features in another wine storage option and the new 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler does just that while making functional wine storage even more colorful.”
In addition to white, black and stainless steel door finish options – with left and right hinge options – the Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler also offers:
Patented Backlit panel interior lighting.
The cooler is equipped with three visually stunning LED options – Heliotrope, Amber and Vinotemp BioBlu™ – which can be custom selected at any given time.
Customizable temperature control.
An adjustable 26-degree temperature range (39-65°F) allows users to select a proper, customized storage climate and serving temperature for light or dark wines.
Patent pending wine racking.
Six pull-out, label-forward VinBo Wine Racks (along with a bulk storage area at the bottom of the cooler) make it simple to stylishly store up to 41 bottles of wine.
Easy installation.
Front vented and designed for built-in or freestanding installation, the new cooler makes it simple for wine connoisseurs to add proper undercounter wine storage anywhere in the home.
To learn more about Vinotemp’s newest wine storage option, the 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler, and other wine storage solutions, visit vinotemp.com.
About Vinotemp®Since 1985 close attention to market demand and non-standard ideas have made Vinotemp® the leading provider of diversified wine storage solutions utilized worldwide residentially and by renowned resorts, restaurants, hotels, and the yachting industry. In 2019 Vinotemp expanded its product offering to include residential kitchen appliances. Find more information about Vinotemp by calling 800-777-VINO (8466) or visiting vinotemp.com.Find Vinotemp on Facebook.com/Vinotemp, Instagram @Vinotemp, and Twitter @Vinotemp.

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New Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler Stores Wine in Color

Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone wine cooler in white finish shown with Amber (top), BioBlu™ (middle), Heliotrope (bottom) Backlit® panel interior lighting.

Vinotemp’s new 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler offers our unique backlit interior lighting and label-forward wine racks all while making functional wine storage even more colorful. – India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp

HENDERSON, Nev. (PRWEB) February 11, 2020
Vinotemp®, the leading wine storage solutions and appliance provider, today announced the launch of the 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler. Available in three finishes – white, black, and stainless steel – and featuring Vinotemp’s patented Backlit® panel interior lighting along with label-forward VinBoTM Wine Racks, the new cooler is a colorful, functional wine storage solution for the kitchen or any room of the home.
“We’ve had a great response to our unique backlit interior lighting and label-forward wine rack features,” states India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp. “We wanted to deliver these popular features in another wine storage option and the new 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler does just that while making functional wine storage even more colorful.”
In addition to white, black and stainless steel door finish options – with left and right hinge options – the Vinotemp 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler also offers:
Patented Backlit panel interior lighting.
The cooler is equipped with three visually stunning LED options – Heliotrope, Amber and Vinotemp BioBlu™ – which can be custom selected at any given time.
Customizable temperature control.
An adjustable 26-degree temperature range (39-65°F) allows users to select a proper, customized storage climate and serving temperature for light or dark wines.
Patent pending wine racking.
Six pull-out, label-forward VinBo Wine Racks (along with a bulk storage area at the bottom of the cooler) make it simple to stylishly store up to 41 bottles of wine.
Easy installation.
Front vented and designed for built-in or freestanding installation, the new cooler makes it simple for wine connoisseurs to add proper undercounter wine storage anywhere in the home.
To learn more about Vinotemp’s newest wine storage option, the 41-Bottle Single-Zone Wine Cooler, and other wine storage solutions, visit vinotemp.com.
About Vinotemp®Since 1985 close attention to market demand and non-standard ideas have made Vinotemp® the leading provider of diversified wine storage solutions utilized worldwide residentially and by renowned resorts, restaurants, hotels, and the yachting industry. In 2019 Vinotemp expanded its product offering to include residential kitchen appliances. Find more information about Vinotemp by calling 800-777-VINO (8466) or visiting vinotemp.com.Find Vinotemp on Facebook.com/Vinotemp, Instagram @Vinotemp, and Twitter @Vinotemp.

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