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Laboratory cold room

laboratory cold room
laboratory cold room
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DESCRIPTION KW offers a series of positive- or negative-temperature cold rooms, characterised by a broad selection of volumes and measurements and suitable insulation thickness (from 60 mm. for T +4 °C to 100 mm. and others for T -20 °C -35 °C). The system or refrigeration circuit can be built as single-body on the roof, or split (remote group). The use of airtight and semi-sealed primary compressors and the use of high-power and efficient exchangers make these cold rooms extremely reliable, even in critical environmental conditions. The materials and the fluids being used are all natural and environmentally friendly, and particular attention is paid to problems dealing with the ozone layer and greenhouse effect. Regarding safety, all fluids being used are non-flammable, nontoxic and non-explosive. SERVICES CONSULTING IN DESIGN, MANUFACTURING AND TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE IN ASSEMBLY Our value chain does not end with delivery; it continues with our post-sales support and replacement service, all to guarantee maximum customer satisfaction. Panels: Panels for cold rooms with premanufactured components: - IN FIBREGLASS, certifed flame retardant and for use in foodstuffs - IN AISI 304 STAINLESS STEEL - IN PRE-ENAMELLED SHEETS - IN PLASTICIZED SHEETS - IN WHITE ALUMINIUM The panels that compose these store-rooms are modular, premanufactured and type sandwich, studied for the fast construction of premises suitable to keep constant temperature, insulated by rigid polyurethane resins with very high insulation coefcient that are injected with high pressure, reaching average densities of 42 Kg/m3.

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