Container freezers are equipped with refrigeration units, also called reefer containers, are used for goods that need temperature control during shipping.
By maintaining -60 degrees Celsius container temperatures, the super container freezer maintain the freshness and value of the product through long-distance sea transportation, thereby providing an environmentally friendly alternative to expensive air freight.
What’s more, the super freezer is especially suitable for high-value goods such as sashimi-grade tuna, swordfish or sea urchin, etc.
Container Freezer – Reefer Container
3. Inside temperature range:-60℃ to -35℃ centigrade.
|Volume||not less than 59.9 m3|
|External dimensions (LxWxH)||12192x2438x2895mm|
|Internal dimensions (LxWxH)||no more than 10279x2292x2546mm.|
|Isolation||Heat loss coefficient, not more than “0.34” W / K Insulation|
|The density of the insulation in the walls|| In the bottom panel 45 ~ 50 Kg / m3
In the upper panel 40 ~ 45 Kg / m3
In the side panel 40 ~ 45 Kg / m3
|Wall thickness|| Bottom 77/130mm
Fuel tank capacity of at least 800 liters
1. reefer container
2. 20ft/40ft reefer container
# Aluminum T type floor
Application of Reefer containers
- Reefer containers are used for goods that need to be temperature controlled during shipping.
- Processed seafood or freshly caught fish: tuna, crab
- Fruits and vegetables
- Meat, fish (fresh or frozen)
- Milk and dairy products
- Pharmaceuticals, and so on
The difference between common cold room and container cold room
▷ 1. Common cold room
A. Be used indoor, can’t be move.
B. Store the food for the long term.
C. Can’t be filled up. (Leave space for air circulation)
▷ 2. Container cold room
A. Cold room be used in a container.
B. Store the food for the short term.
C. Need to leave some spaces for the refrigeration unit.
Check more details: The difference between common cold room and container cold room