This PDF includes GI 2.
1.1 This Standard applies to commercial refrigerator, refr igerator-freezer cabinets that are intended for storing and holding food products and other perishable merchandise.
1.2 This Standard applies to
(a) manufacturers' standard catalogue-type equipment;
(b) closed cabinets of the unitary, self-contained type;
(c) commercial refrigerated storage cabinets, regardless of their shape, size, or configuration (except as noted in Clause 1.3), in cluding
(i) reach-in cabinets;
(ii) roll-in or roll-through cabinets;
(iii) pass-through cabinets;
(iv) reach-in wine coolers;
(v) fish or poultry files;
(vi) ice cream cabinets;
(vii) milk or beverage cabinets;
(viii) milk or beverage and ice cream cabinets;
(ix) preparation tables;
(x) worktop tables; and
(xi) undercounter cabinets;
(d) closed refrigerated cabinets, regardless of what the door(s) of the closed cabinets are made of, provided that the closed cabinets are designed for holding and storing food products;
(e) both permanently connected and cord-connected equipment;
(f) cabinets equipped with or designed to work with electrically driven, mechanical, vapour compression systems charged with one of the refrigerants listed in Group A1 of CSA Standard B52;
(g) refrigeration equipment designed for storage temperatures either above or below freezing temperatures, or both in separate compartments; and
1.3 This Standard does not apply to
(a) open-type refrigeration cases designed for use without doors*;
(b) remote-condensing commercial refrigerators and freezers*;
(c) walk-in refrigerators and freezers, water coolers, refrigerated vending machines, or ice-making machines;
(d) soft serve, slush, and shake-dispensing freezers and extruders;
(e) refrigerators, freezers, or combinations designed for residential or consumer household use;
(f) refrigerated cabinets that are designed to form the front wall of a refrigerated storage room and where the air space of the cabinet is not separated from the air space of the storage room;
(g) mitred transitional cabinet fillers used as corner sections between two refrigerated cabinets of identical cross sections;
(h) refrigeration products for use in recreational vehicles and other mobile equipment; and
(i) special, custom-designed refrigerated storage cabinets, manufactured as a special order for one customer only (franchi ses are not considered separate customers). Customization in appearance, which does not affect the performance of the cabinet, does not constitute custom design for the purposes of this Standard.
*Open and remote-condensing equipment used for displaying and merchandising food products are covered by CSA Standard C657.