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Enrique R.

Enrique R.
Regional Sales Manager at Froztec International Inc.

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Posted by Enrique R. on Sep 26, 2018 11:30:00 AM

The metal industry requires more complex processes every time and works with fluid pressures that need the best technology in the heat exchange.

An industrial cooling system applied in this sector must be constituted by specific equipment for energetic efficiency and water saving. Likewise, the system must have a processes optimization and precision that imply the adequate temperature handling.

Posted by Enrique R. on Aug 6, 2018 9:23:00 AM

When you and your company have reached the decision to install a cold room, or a cooling chamber, you need to bear in mind a series of factors for your facility to work properly, and to stand the test of time.

Cold room design goes hand-in-hand with your business features and the goals set out for food, and industrial or medical preservation and function.

Outlining the right cooling requirements

Posted by Enrique R. on Aug 5, 2018 5:21:00 PM

When it comes to servicing a cooling room, the first step will always be a good design.

Preventive maintenance begins at the early stages of quoting, as a cooling chamber design can provide you with remarkable savings in the long run. Any extra costs or loses resulting from unforeseen events will be offset by raising the cooling equipment service life.

If your company invests, or is thinking about investing, in cooling chambers or rooms, good design, correct installation, and early servicing must be taken into account despite the likely challenges they can entail, as great benefits will surely come up from this, helping you grow and expand your client portfolio.

The following are some key points for cooling chamber design and maintenance:

Posted by Enrique R. on Aug 4, 2018 7:45:00 PM

Cooling spaces are kept below average room temperature, and so there must be, at all times, a driving force to push the heat inflow from the cooling space' surroundings. This is because the heat always flows from the greater-temperature area towards the lower-temperature one.