Coldstore Cooling

What Is Temporary Coldstore Cooling?

Temporary Coldstore cooling systems and structures are designed to offer short term non permanent solutions to breaks in your cold chain. Generally modular portable systems, they are held in stock, ready for quick deployment.

How Do I Hire Temporary Coldstore Cooling?

In the first instance, provided we have some basic information, we can promptly make a proposal for temporary coldstore cooling with budget costs. At this point, and if time allows, we can organise a site visit to assess the project.

For fast turn around, we hold large stocks of temporary coldstore cooling packages and buildings. This means you can have the answer to your requirements delivered and operational within days.

Alternatively, if it is an emergency situation our team can liaise remotely to turn things around quickly. We have experience in these dynamic situations.

Whatever your situation, be assured that our team will bring a package that’s just right for you and your operations, whether that’s a warehouse, production area or cold storage facility.

Double stacked low temperature AHU’s installed on scaffolding platforms in a large logistics warehouse.

5 Key Features Of Our Temporary Cold Storage Cooling Systems

  1. Fast install from stock for emergency of planned projects
  2. Modular design- can be built-up to cool the largest spaces
  3. Longer term projects for reduced capital outlay and fast expansion.
  4. Simple monthly payments that are 100% off-settable against profits.
  5. All maintenance and breakdown costs included in temporary coldstore cooling packages.

A large 1.1mw temporary coldstore cooling system installed into a logistics warehouse to maintain chilled storage cold chain

Two 25kw low temperature glycol coolers stacked and mounted on a scaffolding platform. Located in a large logistics warehouse. It neatly illustrates all the component parts of a temporary coldstore cooling system, including, AHU’s with defrost controller, hosing and power distribution.

General On-site Requirements For Project Delivery

  • Space. Suitable locations for the internal and external plant. Internal AHU’s can be supplied with frames or scaffolding to elevate.
  • Power. Power supplies will be required for the plant. Our equipment is supplied with Cform plugs.
  • A good level outside area for positioning of the glycol chillers.
  • Bear in mind, access for the internal and external plant. We can advise here.

If power is an issue, we can supply generators and power distribution systems for the project.

Contact Us Now For Help With Your Project

Always contactable, by phone or email, we are happy to give the best advice and options for your projects.

With depots in the Midlands and South we have the coverage to respond quickly to any project. This coupled with an experienced team ensures fast, successful outcomes.

For a step by step guide to hiring a chiller click Here

The temporary glycol chillers located outside a cold store facility serving the internal low temperature AHU’s. The glycol is distributed using rubber suction/ discharge hose and camloc fittings.

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