If you’re running a refrigerated space, you’re inevitably going to need to access the goods you store at some point. For this, you need at least one entry and exit point to your cold room. However, refrigeration relies on a consistent insulated space to work effectively. Creating breaks in the insulation by opening the cold room up to the outside world causes cool air to escape, leading to energy inefficiency, and temperature fluctuations that can damage goods and equipment. How can you combat this problem while balancing the need to keep your cold storage spaces accessible for regular use? Insulated doors are the answer.