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Within the food industry, transport cooling is an important part of the cold-chain. Using the power of cryogen refrigerant like nitrogen (N2) or carbon dioxide (CO2) you can have solutions to your most challenging transportation requirements whether it is a fresh or frozen food.
The key benefit of transport cryogenic is on demand portal cooling energy. You can have unsurpassable coolant power available to rapidly chill your transit shipment.
The added value is portal clean power and a noiseless operation of the refrigeration system (sometimes an issue in residential areas) and the elimination of harmful chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) refrigerants.
Linde can provide solutions with either direct or indirect cooling systems. The flexibility of these systems offer the possibility either to cool trailers in total, or trailers separated.
Alternatively, when your liquid or food product needs protection from the deteriorating effects of air, or you need to extend your product shelf life during logistics, Linde has the solution to protect your food products by blanketing and inerting your shipping containers or vessels.
Blanketing and inerting of nitrogen gas displaces air with an atmosphere of a nonreactive environment. Linde can provide you with the experience and solutions to meet your specific needs.
For instance the institutional catering market requires cold temperature control from central kitchen to the point of use. If meals are being made for the hospitals, schools, retirement communities or other large institutional operations, Linde has solutions to protect them during storage and transportation using SNOWCOOL® isothermal trolleys.