Prior to the invention of the type of refrigeration systems we use today, fresh produce was stored in ice houses and used ice harvested during the winter months to keep perishable goods cool for the majority of the year. Cold storage has come a long way since then and the majority of cold storage facilities use modern vapour compression systems to maintain the desired store temperature. It’s not only food that requires temperature-controlled storage.
JD Cooling has installed cooling systems for the cold storage of composites used in motorsport and aerospace industries. Mechanically engineered products, which are manufactured to specific tolerance, including your fresh prepared sandwiches from the petrol station, all need to be stored in temperature-controlled environments.
JD Cooling will design, install, commission and maintain refrigeration systems to maintain product temperatures from -35°C to +35°C using the most cost effective and energy efficient components.