Blast Freezing

Blast Freezing

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Blast Freezing description

Blast Freezing

The temperature of the Blast Freezer is -15℃ to -35℃.  Blaster is mainly used in food, meat, fish, medicine, medicinal materials, chemical raw materials, such as low temperature freezing



The use of advanced refrigeration technology and insulation board manufacturing technology.

Cold storage plate thickness by 150mm and 200mm, plate filled with polyurethane insulation materials, double-sided coated for color steel plate or stainless steel plate, color steel plate processing into the invisible groove, its light weight, high strength, good insulation properties, corrosion resistance, aging resistance, the base plate assembly is simple and fast

The cold storage uses the microcomputer control system, the temperature of the liquid crystal display library, the start-up time, the time of the box, the delay time of the fan, the alarm indication and the technical parameters.

Simple operation, the user is very convenient to use.

The main components are imported cold storage, cold storage, to ensure the rational allocation of stable operation, good insulation performance, low energy consumption

Cold storage size, temperature and unit placement, open doors, library layout and so on, all of which can be customized according to the user’s specific requirements and design.


Air Cooled condensing units

Double stage Semi-Hermetic compressor – Bitzer /Bock or similar.


Large Condenser with Fan Motors

High – Low Pressure Control


Copper Coils with Al fins

Refrigerant – R-404

Filter Drier


Power supply 380V-415V,3Ph,50Hz


Evaporator Units

Expansion Valve


Large Copper Coils with Al Fins

Balanced Fan with shaded pole Motors

Solenoid Valve

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