Frozen Foods..Freshness Preserved
Refrigeration slows down the chemical and biological processes in foods and the accompanying deterioration and the loss of quality. The storage life of fresh perishable foods such as meats, fish, fruits, and vegetables can be extended by several days by cooling, and by several weeks or months by freezing.
Factors to be considered for reduction of power consumption in frozen storage
- Select the optimized IDU and ODU as per the load condition.
- Select the compressor with VFD drive for power reduction purpose.
- Before storing, ensure that all the commodity freeze perfectly.
- Packing the frozen food perfectly for storage.
- Maintain the proper racking storage for perfect ventilation and cooling.
- Do not open the doors frequently.
- Select optimized puf panel thickness for proper insulation.
- Use optimized lighting system with less radiation inside the cold room.
- Don't keep unnecessary machineries inside the cold room.
- Install the cold room without any atmospheric air leakage.
Peas & Corn
Poultry & Meat
Sea Food & Fish
Ready to Cook Food
Frozen Dairy Products
Fruits & Vegetables
Advantages of Frozen Foods
Preserve the Freshness
Foods are stuffed with supplements and you can protect it’s essential vitamins, minerals and fibers from deterioration, which helps in keeping food products fresh and healthy.
Increase Shelf Life
Keeping a low temperature helps to limit decay and slow down the microbial growth, which make food items to use for longer time period.
Restricts Germs Formation
Low temperature ensures to restrict growth of food poisoning bacteria, which helps in keeping food product healthy and safe to eat.
Preserves Nutritional Values
Frozen food is typically allowed to fully ready to use and then frozen soon after processing, retaining much of it’s nutritional values like essential minerals and vitamins.