Preserving grain with cold storage
March 01, 2000
by Emily Wilson
For the past 30 years, Sulzer Escher Wyss GmbH has been involved in developing cold storage systems to preserve grain, in cooperation with various universities and research centers.
The Granifrigor cooling process is economical, as one-time cooling to about 10o to 15oC is sufficient for long-term storage without the need to re-cool. Granifrigor mobile chilled air units allow for continuous adjustment of relative humidity and temperatures, and an accurate control system ensures that these parameters are maintained even at strongly fluctuating ambient conditions.
Granifrigor grain chillers are used in more than 50 countries in many different types of climate.
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