| Laws, Approvals & Listings:
Our products are in compliance with the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, and additionally backed with approvals and listings from leading independent quality certification organizations. Buyers can be sure that Bally products live up to these stringent standards.|
EISA Bally panels and refrigeration systems are in accordance with the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. The law calls for creating more energy efficient Walk-Ins through the use of:
- Non ozone depleting insulation. Bally's current urethane foam insulation formula used in our panels relies on Hydrofluorocarbon (HFCs), specifically HFC-245fa. HFCs reduce ozone depletion while maintaining outstanding resisitance to the transfer of heat. A low pressure expanding agent produces 98% closed-cell insulation that maintains its shape and size, while remaining lightweight, through a range of temperatures.
- Door closers & Strip curtains
- Insulation with R-vaules of: R-25 for coolers, R-32 for freezers, and R-28 for doors
- EC motors
- Energy efficient lights (available off-timers)
- Underwriters Laboratories
Flame spread and smoke developed listings appear on tags on every Bally panel; proving that the panels are UL-classified. UL listings have also been granted to electrical systems in Bally Walk-In Coolers, including interior lights, door heaters and refrigeration systems.
- Factory Mutual
Bally panels have been approved as a Class 1 building material by Factory Mutual Insurance System. This approval means that Bally wall and ceiling panels meet FM standards for Walk-In Coolers and without sprinklers
- National Sanitation Foundation
Bally installations that incorporate floor panels with a 3/8" coved offset are Certified by NSF.
- New York City:
Stringent tests on our urethane insulation have earned Bally panels the Materials and Equipment Approval of the City of New York. To conform to the standards imposed by the city's Advisory Board, Bally makes special wiring systems and low-voltage heaters when needs dictate.
- Miami-Dade County:
The Miami-Dade County Product Control Section has posted its Notice of Acceptance (NOA) for Bally Walk-In Coolers and Freezers. This means that our panels marked with the Miami-Dade/Bally labels are approved to resist high velocity hurricane zones forces and both large and small debris impacts. Miami-Dade County, Florida,
NOA # 12-0313.02