If you are a business owner with perishable goods, you may have considered a commercial cold room – but what are they? Cold Rooms are usually a walk-in isolated room to keep given stock refrigerated or frozen at a cold temperature. Cold room installations can be completed on varying scales, from large commercial cold storage such as chillers and freezers to small cold rooms. They are most used in labs, pharmacies and restaurants.
Commercial Cold Room
The temperature of your commercial cold room can be altered to your required temperature depending on what good you need to store are. The most common industries that utilise cold rooms are hospitality, food, pharmaceuticals and healthcare.
If you need to keep your goods frozen, fresh and pre-chilled, a cold room installation is an excellent way to do this. It is a practical and cost-efficient way to lengthen the lifespan of perishables and avoid waste and spoilage. Commercial cold rooms are usually located at the back of a premise or in a separate outbuilding nearby.
Can You Have Bespoke Cold Rooms?
There is the option to have a specially designed bespoke cold room if a standard one doesn’t fit in your space adequately. Usually, a cold room installation specialist will come to your premises, discuss your needs and survey the space. They will then prepare a to spec drawing for your bespoke cold room factoring in your budget. A bespoke cold room will be more expensive than a standard stock one, but it is arguably worth the price if it fits into your space perfectly.