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Save on Electricity Bill: Increase The Thickness of the Cold-Room Panels

REDUCE YOUR ELECTRIC BILL BY INCREASING THE THICKNESS OF YOUR COLD-ROOM PANELS

Save on the electricity bill of a blast freezer: electricity is getting more expensive every day, and today I want to give a simple piece of advice worth thousands of dollars a year of savings on refrigeration costs.

In this article, I will tell you about the secret of saving money by increasing the thickness of the insulation in your cold-room or your shock freezer for meat.

The secret of saving money by increasing the thickness of the insulation in your building or your cold-room is that if you increase the thickness of the insulation. Consequently, you can reduce the energy that you need to cool your cold-room or heat your building.

I will give you an example: a blast freezer.

This type of freezer storage cools (usually cooked or fresh) food quickly, freezing it very fast to lock in the food’s taste and nutrients for the best quality for consumers.

They are used a lot in the frozen food industry to freeze ice cream, ready-made meals, vegetables, and fish.

WHY WOULD YOU USE A BLAST FREEZER FOR MEAT OR BERRY?

When you freeze some food, the water inside turns into ice. The bigger the ice crystals, the longer it takes to freeze. Larger ice crystals damage food by causing cell bursting, which changes the quality and taste of foods.

When food freezes quickly, tiny crystals form. These crystals cause only minor damage and keep food fresher for longer. Even better, once the food has been “blast frozen,” it can be put in a regular freezer for longer-term storage, as long as the freezer stays cold enough to keep the food at the right temperature.

A BLAST FREEZER EATS UP A LOT OF ELECTRICITY PER YEAR: SO HOW CAN WE SAVE ON REFRIGERATION COSTS?

Insulation is usually very expensive, but you can save a lot of money by increasing the insulation thickness of cold-room insulated panels. It will help you to save money on your electricity bills by driving down refrigeration costs. In the case of the blast freezer, consider increasing the thickness of the cold-room panels up to 200mm or 8″, and of your cold-room doors to 150mm or 6”. It will allow you to save money on the electricity bill by lowering the energy that your blast freezer requires to work.

CONCLUSION

In conclusion, the secret to saving money by increasing the insulation thickness in your building or your cold-room is that you need to buy insulation with a higher R-value o a lower U-value. Moreover, increase the thickness of cold-room doors.

PLEASE CONTACT US RIGHT NOW

To learn more about saving on refrigeration costs and cold-room insulated panels, call us at +44 7887 884768. You can also contact us by emailing sales@globepanels.com or by completing the form below. After you contact us, we may offer you an estimate and further discuss our products and services.

Alberto Adriano

✓ Entrepreneur in the field of International Commerce of Industrial Thermal Insulation ✓ Sales Director at Globe Panels Ltd ✓ 12 years of experience in Sandwich Panels ✓ Exporting to Latin America since 2009.

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