CPI Relaunches BevMAX to Comply with Industry Energy Standards
CPI is pleased to announce the relaunch of the BevMAX Classic and MEDIA2 machines with energy-efficient improvements. As part of our green initiative, the reengineered BevMAX line provides operators with proven, best-in-class machine options that now fully comply with changing energy guidelines. The updated product portfolio, paired with new safety standards from the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA), will allow operators to resume the purchase and deployment of new machines in California.
“We are excited to continue to work with industry partners to provide clean energy solutions that will position vending operators for success,” said Chuck Reed, VP of Vending CPI, and NAMA board member. “This transition is important for the longevity of our industry, and to deliver operators the competitive advantage to attract the next generation of consumers.”
The reengineered BevMAX portfolio provides:
- Energy efficient refrigerant (R290) fully compliant with new standards
- Increased safety with components designed for compatibility with green refrigerants
- Less downtime and faster troubleshooting with improved serviceability
- Lower total cost of ownership and increased efficiency with Energy Star 4.0 compliance
These enhancements build on the BevMAX portfolio’s proven ability to attract new customers with integrated cashless, vibrant touch screen displays, shopping cart purchasing, nutritional display, and brand promotions, all delivered with CPI’s commitment to quality, reliability, and customer service.
As states across the U.S. continue to implement similar restrictions, CPI will provide customers with solutions that meet new regulations.