The term "cold storage" refers to the storing of goods in a refrigerated atmosphere. This means heat is removed from the storage container or room to help keep items -- often food -- fresh for delivery, long- or short-term storage, and so on.
The room or containment system in which items are stored for cold storage must be insulated properly for several reasons: the insulation helps maintain a particular temperature within the storage unit; it helps prevent cool air from escaping the unit, which would otherwise lead to higher refrigeration costs and energy waste; and it helps prevent the temperature outside of the storage unit from fluctuating. In many cases, the temperature within a cold storage unit can be manipulated by adjusting a thermostat; a cooling unit will then blast cold air into the unit, or turn off to allow the temperature to rise.
Cold storage panels with requested dimension and volume product processing areas of project can be created the storage systems. Individual system could be built in cold storage facilities as well as central systems. Like those type applications for example vegetable and fruit processing plants, meat and fish processing plants, logistics center facilities, all kind of logistics companies engaged in cold chain transportation.