knows how much it costs to run a refrigeration plant. What is not
well known is that a major part of this money is spent on cooling
and de-humidifying the air which enters the cold or freezer room
from outside. This air enters the room through the doors. By keeping
the doors closed, or at least opening the doors only when absolutely
necessary, substantial savings can be effected.
secret is to prevent the outside air from infiltrating into the
substantial savings, freezing up of coils and ice build-up on the
product and walls near the entrances can be avoided, thereby
reducing product losses and safety hazards.
on a large warehouse complex can amount to as much as R30 000.00 per
to open doorway problems - which is a two way street:
included in a downloadable
PDF copy of our booklet entitled:
is Gold' - It's Heavy and Expensive'.
document describes the new High Speed Door available in South
Africa, and which has been installed in various applications.
High Speed Door, particularly the horizontal opening type, two
curtain leaves door with an airlock in between, is ideally suited
for the Refrigeration Industry
High Speed Doors are situated where high volume of traffic is
required, between departments or any doorway where temperature, air
conditioning, noise, drafts, dust or any other disturbing
contamination atmospheric conditions, need to be controlled i.e.
cross contamination between departments.
advantage of the expertise offered by the Specialist in Materials
Handling Technology, by contacting us
with your specific needs.
more information on DDL Materials Handling Products please: