Many food plants and food processing units rely on freezers, refrigerators, or cooling systems to store and ship their products. There are certain variables and standards for the food processors that must be followed and understood during the freezing process. So, let’s take a look at freezing methods and equipment, how these work, or how their applications best suit your industrial requirements. Depending on the type of freezing systems and quantity of food, certain freezing units are more useful than others. So, let’s take a look at what these freezers are and how they are more useful.
Here in this section, we are going to concentrate on a wide array of freezers that are known as Mechanical Freezers. These freezers with their operative measures and proper consideration involve a standard mechanical refrigeration cycle that is bound to use some more common refrigerants like ammonia or carbon dioxide. Mechanical freezing systems with these refrigerants usually need a lot more and have higher capital costs than cryogenic systems because they require supporting refrigeration systems with their operation to provide smooth operation. These mechanical refrigeration systems are usually the more efficient and cost-effective option from a long-term deliverance.
Mechanical freezers are meant to deliver high-volume production of both raw and finished materials and products so that you might have a good inventory base for your industry. Some freezers better suit certain applications and industrial requirements rather than others depending on what type of product you deal with, what and which process conditions you signify, or how much quantity you’re going to produce. To ensure the best quality and sustainable product, it would be highly beneficial for you to choose the freezing equipment that delivers you the most efficient freezing process for your specific product.
Some benefits are associated with the use of mechanical freezers as these provide you with less likely contamination issues. Under your operative circumstances, other types of freezers are more likely to catch contaminants and will transfer those contaminants to the raw materials or finished products.
Mechanical freezers are less-likely to pose risk to workers. LN2 is not poisonous to humans, but it might come the way to displace breathable oxygen in a closed room setting, such a situation is commonly known as Oxygen Deficiency Hazard (ODH). Therefore, it might be crucial for you to vent LN2 systems properly. With all these implications, Mechanical freezers seem to be less expensive in the long-run.
Mechanical freezers might cost you more initially and it might require you more maintenance than LN2 systems. But later on, with the proper required setting, and with time, mechanical freezers and freezing units will provide you more economical options because of the long-term costs associated with the LN2 systems, coolant tank storage, etc. So, making them more expensive than the mechanical systems.
Industrial Freezing will cover you with this specific type of freezing system and will deliver you what you require, suitable for your industry needs and catering to your product requirements. So, let’s understand your requirements and provide you with your desired systems.