Liquid Gases for Temperature Control during Distribution

Distributing Fresh and Frozen Fruit and Vegetables
Bring the fresh flavor and texture of delicate fruit and vegetables from the field to the table - with the help of our flexible, mobile refrigeration solutions
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Benefits of Mobile Refrigeration

Rapid spoilage as a result of bacterial growth and enzymatic reactions is a key challenge for freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, especially in the case of high-value, sensitive produce such as strawberries, raspberries and lettuce.

Our cryogenic refrigeration solutions for distribution can help maintain the value of fresh and frozen produce through accurate temperature control. They also offer various advantages compared with conventional mechanical systems. Our eco-friendly systems can reduce your carbon footprint and noise levels, with the added bonus of cost efficiencies and ease of service.

Cryogenic refrigerants such as liquid nitrogen (LIN) or liquid carbon dioxide (LIC) are an extremely effective way of keeping lettuce, salad mixes, herbs, berries, portioned fruits, peeled potatoes and carrots, tomatoes and more at the right temperature from the moment they have been harvested or processed.

CO2 snow - also known as dry ice - is made by reducing the pressure and temperature of liquid CO2 till it converts into a clean, white snow. This snow can then be compressed under high pressure to form blocks, slices and pellets.

Because dry ice has no taste or smell, is non-poisonous and non-flammable, it is an ideal and highly effective cooling and freezing agent for fruit and vegetables. As one of the leading suppliers of dry ice, we offer a range of flexible, one-stop solutions that leverage the cooling power of CO2 snow for the refrigeration of fruit and vegetables. Our dispensing devices are available in a wide range of sizes and types, so there is a snow delivery system to meet your needs.

All of our dry ice products and services comply with the latest HACCP rules and regulations and we are gradually moving towards more environmentally aware packaging options.

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