Flexible cooling

Published:  14 June, 2017

Reynolds, a leading supplier of fresh fruit and vegetables, reports it has partnered with temperature control and mobile power specialist AGGREKO to provide additional cooling capacity for its vegetable packing lines during the warmer summer months. Because temperature integrity is critical to Reynolds, it wanted a cooling package capable of delivering a stable 4-5 °C across one of the packing lines, in order to help maximise the freshness of its produce.

Aggreko's engineers designed a flexible and compact cooling package consisting of three low temperature air handlers inside the chill store. These were served by a 400 kW chiller, with a generator package for power.

To prevent taking up valuable floor space, Aggreko recommended Reynolds fit a racking system to mount the air handlers.

w: www.aggreko.com

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