Freezer rooms and quick cold rooms are two different types of cold storage facilities used for different purposes.
What is the different with freezer room and quick cold room
Freezer rooms are designed for long-term storage of frozen products, such as meats, vegetables, and frozen foods. The temperature inside a freezer room is typically set to below -18°C (-0.4°F) to maintain the quality and safety of the frozen products. Freezer rooms are usually equipped with a low-temperature refrigeration system, and the insulation materials used are typically thicker and of higher quality than those used in a quick cold room.
Quick cold rooms, on the other hand, are designed for rapidly cooling fresh products, such as fruits, vegetables, and seafood, to extend their shelf life. The temperature inside a quick cold room is typically set to between 0 and 5°C (32 to 41°F). Quick cold rooms are equipped with a high-temperature refrigeration system that can cool products quickly, typically within a few hours. The insulation materials used in a quick cold room are generally thinner and of lower quality than those used in a freezer room.
In summary, freezer rooms and quick cold rooms differ in their temperature range, refrigeration system, and insulation materials used. Freezer rooms are designed for long-term storage of frozen products, while quick cold rooms are designed for rapidly cooling fresh products to extend their shelf life.
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