Breezair removes the heat from curry food specialist

This installation of a Breezair evaporative cooling system in the bottling hall is the second to be installed by Patak Foods.
Following positive experience with Breezair’s evaporative-cooling system to reduce high temperatures in its frying and packaging areas, Patak Foods, which specialises in curry products and is now owned by AB Foods, has installed the system in its bottling halls. It is expected that high temperatures of around 32°C will reduced to around 25°C. The systems were specified and installed by CoSaf Environments. The 12 coolers have been installed outside the building, with air distributed through ductwork and diffusers into the 3500 m2 bottling hall. Temperatures are controlled by solid-state programmable regulators with four different control modes. The Breezair system is housed in a simple, clean plastic casing of modern design developed to withstand all weather conditions. The water-distribution system delivers continuous and balanced water coverage to all the pads. An aerodynamic fan provides a constant and even flow of air over the pads to provide a welcome cool breeze with minimal noise and low energy consumption — up to 80% less than conventional air conditioning.
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