Vacuum pre-cooling is rapidly becoming an accepted “premium” pre-cooling technique for flowers, with many structural advantages over the conventional “pre cooling walls” using forced air cooling. Vacuum cooling gives quick cooling result, with minimum strain to the flowers and with a perfect temperature gradient.
ColdMax-Weber has developed unique solutions for field cooling and also supplies simple, effective & compact packing house coolers which are affordable, completely plug & play (only put on a 63A plug) and simple to maintain & repair, even on remote locations. See a video of their Dual Room Field Cooler on youtube.
On the other end they’ve developed power efficient vacuum cooling solutions for airports, using “Dual Phase” and “Energy Equalizing” technology. In simple words: you can cool more & faster while at the same time needing less power.
Coldmax Europe & Weber Cooling are present again this year at the IFTF 2015. They invite you to visit them at their stand and learn more about the benefits of vacuum cooling of flowers.
At the show they can tell you more, and explain what perfect cold chain management, controlling the respiration and transpiration of your flowers, can mean for the quality & vase life of your flowers. They also organise a morning field trip on Thursday & Friday to one of their flower customers, showing you vacuum cooling in operation. For this you will need to make an early reservation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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