Refrigeration Systems Design
The refrigeration industry, which includes the food industry, is abuzz these days with terms like cascade, CO2, critically-charged, packaged, and distributed refrigeration systems. Often our heads spin with the confusion that these terms bring to mind. Whether you need an existing system capacity study, a system expansion or a brand new refrigeration system design, we’ll answer your questions and help you with your decisions.
We start by understanding your needs and any fears or misconceptions you may have around the different types of refrigeration systems. As with most things in this world, there is not a one-size-fits-all system design. Size, temperature, longevity, utility consumption (power/water), cost, and system efficiency are some of the aspects that go into making an informed decision. Tell us your needs and let’s discuss which system type fits your desires. Every one of our clients has a refrigeration need that we work to satisfy.
Accommodating a variety of plant loads, through the refrigeration system, is not new to us. If your needs are process load oriented, such as chillers, spirals, blast freezers or process room cooling, we can meet those needs with our unique refrigeration designs. If your needs are for more storage cooler and/or freezer space, we can provide the appropriate refrigeration system to meet your needs and your budget.
From time-to-time every refrigeration system experiences glitches in performance. Due to our vast experience in both central ammonia and packaged HCFC systems we should be your first call for assistance in hunting down that glitch and solving it.
Refrigeration Controls Design
Because we have in-house controls expertise, we stand ready to provide you with the most user-friendly control system for your refrigeration needs. Whether we’re designing your control system from scratch or integrating with a system you already have, you can be sure the end product will fit your needs and provide the energy efficiency and user-friendly interface you deserve.
Underfloor Heating Systems
Most rooms run below +32 require some form of underfloor heating. We’ve designed electric resistant heat, forced air vent tubes and glycol underfloor heating systems to accommodate all room layouts and sizes. When it makes economic sense, we utilize waste heat from the refrigeration system to heat the underfloor glycol.