Direct and indirect space cooling

  • Development of cooling chambers under highly hygienic conditions;
  • Cooling of the cooling chambers to plus temperature regimes (up to 0°C) ;
  • Cooling of the cooling chambers  to minus temperature regimes;
  • Air humidity and atmosphere control in the chambers;
  • Cooling with direct evaporation of the refrigerants (freon or ammonia);
  • Cooling with flooded evaporators (ammonia);
  • Cooling with secondary refrigerants (glycol or water);
  • Advanced control systems and remote control surveillance system over cooling space.