What is a cold room is a funny old question to ask. With the decreasing temperatures as we welcome Autumn, many of us may think we have a cold room as we turn up the heating and buy logs for the wood burner. That’s not the sort of cold room I am writing about today. I am talking about industrial cold rooms used by a wide variety of businesses.
What is a cold room?
A cold room is generally found in a catering establishment such as a hotel or restaurant. It is effectively a walk-in cold room or fridge/freezer to protect foodstuffs or other items.
What to think about when putting in a cold room?
You need to think through your exact requirements. How much space do you have available? What is your budget? Are there any regulations you need to consider?
Every Cooling Solution
Every Cooling Solution supplies and installs walk-in cool rooms. They work with the height and width that you have available. They work with your individual business taking your specific needs into mind.
Other cold room uses
Cold rooms are also used to store pharmaceuticals where health and safety regulations are rightly very strict. The offer clean rooms with panels. Whether food and drink, medicines or in IT and other commercial outlets, cold rooms can be super useful.
It’s a little bit chilly
Walk-in cold rooms range in temperature from minus 40 degrees Centigrade to plus 18 degrees Centigrade. The temperature will depend on whether you are looking for a cold room chiller, frozen or ambient room. That will in turn depend on what you are storing in the room.