Controlling Store Temperature

Controlling Store Temperature

Even air distribution is a key benefit of using fabric-based ventilations; other benefits include higher comfort levels, and greater temperature control without hot or cold spots.

Modern, closed lid, cooling displays, freezers and refrigerators offer energy savings; however, closing the lids minimizes the units’ cooling effect on the shop floor. Many supermarkets are thus struggling with temperature fluctuations that may have an unintended negative impact on the shelf-life of goods as well as on the performance of the various cooling equipment, counteracting the expected energy savings. FabricAir Dispersion Solutions are the ideal solution to this challenge.

Often supermarkets facing these temperature spikes have low ceilings, thus space restrictions, which is why a proper ventilations solution has not been installed. However, using Type 11a suspended d-ducts or quarter rounds ducts, FabricAir can create the optimum air dispersion while taking up very little space.

  • Advantages of FabricAir in Supermarkets
    Advantages of FabricAir in Supermarkets
  • A Cost-Efficient Solution
    A Cost-Efficient Solution
  • Check-out Counters – Vastly Improved Comfort
    Check-out Counters – Vastly Improved Comfort
  • Eliminating Condensation on Refrigerators
    Eliminating Condensation on Refrigerators
  • Fruits & Vegetable Dept. – Preserving Goods
    Fruits & Vegetable Dept. – Preserving Goods
  • Deli & Meat Dept. - Longer Shelf-life & Higher Quality
    Deli & Meat Dept. - Longer Shelf-life & Higher Quality
  • Controlling Store Temperature
    Controlling Store Temperature
  • Cold Storage
    Cold Storage
  • Common Air Challenges in Supermarkets
    Common Air Challenges in Supermarkets
  • The Key to Food Safety
    The Key to Food Safety
  • Keeping Cooled Display Units Running Properly
    Keeping Cooled Display Units Running Properly
  • Solving Issues with Condensation, Drafts, Temperature Fluctuations and Air Quality
    Solving Issues with Condensation, Drafts, Temperature Fluctuations and Air Quality
  • CASE STUDY: Addressing Temperature, Condensation and Drafts in Supermarkets
    CASE STUDY: Addressing Temperature, Condensation and Drafts in Supermarkets