Cooling for cold storage
The depreciation of goods in cold storage is a common problem. It occurs because the air in the cold store is very dry and so draws moisture from the goods themselves. The problem is easily solved by using humidification.
Preserve the value of chilled produce with the correct humidity
Almost all goods that require chilling also contain moisture. If the air in the cold store or refrigerated unit is too dry the air will absorb the moisture from the goods, drying them out. This can be prevented by keeping the air at the correct humidity. This stops the goods from drying out and thereby they retain their value.
Reduce weight loss
Extend the shelf-life
Minimal to no reduction in quality
“Our systems produce such a fine mist that the whole storage area can be humidified without the goods getting wet.”
Lower energy bills included!
Our experts advise using adiabatic humidification in cold stores. This is a form of humidification that uses cold water, whereby the air temperature cools as the moisture content rises. This is a free energy saving for the cooling system of 0.68 KW per litre of water.
Trust in our capabilities
In many cold stores the value of the goods in leaking away. As Dutch market leader in custom-built humidification systems we have plugged those leaks for more than 2,000 clients since 1991.
- Our experts co-wrote ISSO 55.3 (the guidelines for Legionella safe installations)
- All our installations comply with the ISSO 55.3 Publication guidelines
- TÜV Nord have certified that our installation systems comply with VDI 6022
- We meet the guidelines as outlined in the TNO Hospital Report
- Extensive maintenance network
For free advice on safe, energy-saving humidification systems, tailor-made for your business, contact us here.