Fruits & Vegetable Dept. – Preserving Goods

Fruits & Vegetable Dept. – Preserving Goods

The fruits & vegetables department has a unique set of specifications when it comes to ventilation.

Perishable goods are temperature sensitive; hence, even air distribution with no hot or cold spots is essential. Fabric based dispersion solutions offer air flow perfection through combinations of flow models tailored to the specific space.

A high air change without drafts is another advantage of FabricAir Dispersion Systems. No only does this improve the shelf-life and quality of the produce, it also creates a highly comfortable environment for the shoppers and employees.

Anti-bacterial coating and permeable fabrics prevents bacteria and mold growth inside and on the ducting, and through sweeping relevant surfaces for condensation the microbial risks are further reduced.

  • 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