Cold Storage Complex
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Tradecorp’s Cold Storage Complex consists of several refrigerated containers that are joined to create one spacious cold storage facility. The growing demand for chilled and frozen foods has initiated a need for cold storage facilities. With this type of container, setting up a cold storage unit will be much faster and cost-efficient.
This type of container comes with full stainless-steel interior walls that are safe for food storage purposes. Moreover, there is an air circulation fan to ensure cold air perfectly distributed across the entire container. Furthermore, you can select the cooling engine for this container. There are three options, which are Daikin, Carrier, and Thermo King. Each of them has a different lowest temperature; thus, you can choose one according to your needs. Most importantly, it has a digital controller that enables you to control the temperature, humidity, and ventilation.
Our Cold Storage Complex is generally used to store fresh, perishable, and frozen goods. This container can maintain the required temperature for temperature-sensitive items. In other words, it can ensure the products’ quality and prevent spoiling from happening.
Furthermore, the Cold Storage Complex has drainages and a dehumidification system to prevent damaging elements from building up. Therefore, the goods stored inside will be safe as the container is free from water, moisture, and condensation.
Additionally, we offer modifications and customization services to make this container suit your needs. For example, we can add partitions to section your Cold Storage Complex. In addition to that, you can put a request to have a flat floor to provide access for a trolley. Not to mention, we can add some led lamps to improve visibility when accessing items stored inside.
Our professional staff is ready to answer all questions you have regarding this product. Additionally, to ensure the best container procurement experience, we can help arrange the shipment then assemble the unit on site.