Have you recently invested in a cold room? At MTCSS we know exactly what steps you need to take to correctly manage your new cold storage solution. Our team have a combination of more than 50 years of industry related experience so you can rest assured we know what is required to properly look after your cold room.
Keep a clean cold room
You must keep your cold room clean if you want it to work as efficiently as possible. The room needs to be kept free of dirt and dust so that there are no blockages that will prevent an optimal air output.
Warm air from inside your cold storage facility needs to be able to escape, allowing the room to stay at the temperature you require. An accumulation of dust will stop that being able to happen so your cold room will have to work harder to keep the room cold. This will increase the chance of a breakdown and will also see a rise in the costs of your energy bills.
Make sure it is regularly maintained
While cleaning the cold room is a vital part of the overall management of your cold room, it is also important that if you spot any damage you immediately contact our team of maintenance engineers. Broken parts or insulation panels will have a massive, adverse effect on the functionality and efficiency of the room.
We serve companies from a variety of industries who are based all over the UK. We are ideally located near several major road networks and motorway routes. Wherever you are located we can be there to repair and maintain your cold storage units and parts.
Keep the doors shut and add curtains
Another aspect you need to manage properly is how often, and how long, your cold room doors will be open.
An open door allows the cold air inside to escape and to be replaced by warmer air from outside the room. Make sure doors are closed behind you as this prevents the need for cold rooms to overwork to maintain its temperature. We offer a variety of doors for you to choose from. They suit a range of requirements such as whether you need forklift access.
If you require the door to be open longer than a standard opening and closing movement then we recommend you add insulated curtains. They fit snug against your walls, ceiling and the floor and prevent any airflow.
Get in touch with MTCSS
If you require any further information or you would simply like a chat about how to manage your cold room, call our team on 01886 481 042. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can answer any questions you have about our range of services.