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Cold stores

What are cold stores?

A cold store is a large, refrigerated room or building designed for storage of goods in an environment below the outdoor temperature. Products need to be refrigerated to improve their shelf life and to abide by industry regulations, making sure your business is profitable and compliant.

Whether you’re installing a cold room for the first time or need to improve your current system, our expert engineers will assess the space, discuss your processes, and work with you to find the best solution for your business.

How do cold stores work?

Refrigeration systems work by compressing a refrigerant, then allowing it to expand. The expansion of the gas absorbs energy, cooling the evaporator coils and indirectly the air passing over them. A fan or fans circulate air over the cold evaporator coils, thereby cooling the cool room.

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Benefits of cold stores

Cooler rooms refrigeration will help you to save money by keeping the spoils to a minimum. A cold storage room can keep a company’s products at the correct temperature while having an adjustable temperature range.

They can be used as a dehumidifier to help to dry out and control the moisture content when dry storage is needed. These units are airtight, they will also help to protect your products from extreme temperature and weather changes that will happen outside of the unit.

Where are cold stores used?

Cold stores or rooms are normally used within industries where they have perishable products. We also see some pharmaceutical and medical companies using cold rooms due to certain products needing to be chilled at a certain temperature.

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