Tell-Tale Signs That Are Costing You Money

Maintaining a consistent temperature while striving for effective, safe operations, and cost control are challenges many face.

Those in the cold storage business are no different. Keeping the product cold or frozen as well as the storage space dry are primary objectives.


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Tell-Tale Signs That Are Costing You Money

What SIGNS are you seeing in your cold storage facility?

  • Frost on the face or edges of your door.
  • Condensation (water or ice) on the floor.
  • Buildup on freezer walls or ceiling.
  • The need for heat lamps.
  • Rising costs due to energy loss.
  • Accidents because of slow moving doors.
  • Lost productivity waiting for door repairs.

Maintaining a consistent temperature while striving for effective, safe operations, and cost control are challenges many face. Those in the cold storage business are no different. Keeping the product cold or frozen as well as the storage space dry are primary objectives. When air transfers between the ambient to the cooler/freezer temperatures, the humidity produced can cause ice and snow to build up in the cold storage area. Job #1 is to reduce heat transfer between the two environments. Convection (air movement) and conduction (heat transfer) are the two areas to focus on. 

Rite-Hite freezer doors offer the tight seal and reduced door cycle times that are needed to minimize air movement. Plus with the right amount of insulation, heat transfer is minimized eliminating the need for additional energy consuming products.

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