For the past two weeks, we’ve discussed packaged refrigeration equipment: a system that uses ammonia or CO2 and a secondary refrigerant, allowing facilities to reap the benefits of ammonia while also minimizing the charge and risk. We’ve already reviewed the various ways these systems can benefit food processors and discussed the five different types of these low-charge chillers available. However, if you decide to introduce packaged refrigeration equipment into your food manufacturing plant, there are some key questions you must answer before installation to ensure an efficient, smooth installation process.
These items will help you not only better prepare for installation, but ensure your equipment arrives at your facility with features ensuring it will operate the most efficiently in your plant environment. The infographic below contains two key questions to answer, dependent on unique features of your facility, including location and building design.
To learn more about packaged refrigeration equipment and how to prepare for an efficient installation process, download our Packaged Refrigeration Equipment Buyer’s Guide.